Inserting an IOL in a Highly Myopic Patient

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DevganEye       Mar 3, 2012      Surgery Specialty: Ophthalmology hide
When inserting an IOL into a highly myopic patient (due to axial elongation) it is critical that the anterior chamber stay formed at all times. Since collapse of the anterior chamber causes antero-posterior movement...
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