March 9, 2018 Conference


Management of Dislocated IOL

Peter Kaiser, Cole Eye Institute (Presenter)

Dislocated PCIOL’s is a unfortunate complication of cataract surgery. Using appropriate management techniques the surgical and visual outcomes can be excellent. Not all techniques are necessary for any given case; however, certain principles favor one technique over another. Worst case scenario, removal of the lens with placement of an ACIOL is always a possibility with good visual outcomes. In this lecture, we will look at best practices for cataract surgeons when faced with a complicated cataract surgery, and tips and tricks for retina specialists in how to approach these surgical problems.