Clear Search sequence regions


Sizes of these terms reflect their relevance to your search.

To evaluate the differences between various intraocular lens (IOL)s in refractive change and anterior shift of the IOL after cataract surgery. Postoperative refractive change was analyzed 1 week to 12 months after cataract surgery using an autorefractmeter in 4 patient groups implanted with 811 C (HSM-PMMA, 83 eyes), 824 C (HSM-PMMA, 80 eyes), AQ 110 NV (3-piece silicone, 191 eyes), and MA 60 BM (3-piece acrylic, 80 eyes). Anterior-posterior shift of an IOL after surgery was studied using an anterior segment analyzer (EAS-1000) in 2 groups (824 C and AQ 110 NV). Refractive change after YAG laser posterior capsulotomy was also evaluated in 2 groups (811 C RESULTS: Only the AQ 110 NV group demonstrated statistically significant myopic change, which gradually increased until 12 months after cataract surgery, and significant anterior shift of an IOL 3 months after surgery. Significant refractive change was not observed after YAG capsulotomy. A silicone IOL (AQ 110 NV), but not HSM-PMMA or acrylic IOL, shifted anteriorly, resulting in myopic change after cataract surgery.

Citation

Takeshi Iwase. Change in refraction and intraocular lens position after cataract surgery]. Nippon Ganka Gakkai zasshi. 2005 Jan;109(1):12-8

Expand section icon Mesh Tags

Expand section icon Substances


PMID: 15682840

View Full Text