Pupillary peaking with exposure of an intraocular lens positioning hole corrected by Nd:YAG laser treatment.

@article{Schechter1988PupillaryPW,
  title={Pupillary peaking with exposure of an intraocular lens positioning hole corrected by Nd:YAG laser treatment.},
  author={Robert J Schechter},
  journal={Journal of cataract and refractive surgery},
  year={1988},
  volume={14 1},
  pages={
          86-7
        }
}
After posterior chamber intraocular lens insertion, a patient complained of "glare" and of seeing an "extra line." The pupil was seen to be "peaked" at the 10-o'clock meridian, exposing a lens positioning hole. Following dilation, adhesions between the anterior capsule remnants and the posterior iris surface were seen. These adhesions were severed with a Nd… CONTINUE READING