Comparative Evaluation of Long-term Axial Stability of Two Different Models of Intraocular Lenses in Patients With an Eye Length More Than 26 mm
Some parameters, such as a change in the optic tilt and axial decentration, can affect the optical characteristics of intraocular lenses (IOLs) in postoperative period, which leads to residual refractive errors and other complications. The stability of the intraocular lens in the eye is largely dependent on the mechanical design of its haptic support elements. Thus, the new Clareon IOL has a flat haptic with a flexible design that minimizes axial changes and allows the IOL to maintain a stable position in a given plane during compression. Currently there is no published data of the stability for Clareon AutonoMe IOL for long eyes. The purpose of the current study is to evaluate and compare the axis displacement and stability of optical tilt, visual and refractive results in patients after implantation of two different models of intraocular lenses: Clareon AutonoMe (Alcon, USA) and Hoya iSert 251 (Japan) in the long-term postoperative period (after cataract surgery).
Intraoperative Analysis of the Central Retina in Epiretinal Fibrosis
Changes in the retinal anatomy that occur in epiretinal fibrosis have not been sufficiently studied. It is possible that epiretinal fibrosis leads not only to traction dislocation of the macula, but also to ILM anatomical disorders.