anterior chamber intraocular lens

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anterior chamber intraocular lens

Abbreviation: ACIOL
An artificial lens placed in the anterior chamber on top of the iris after natural lens has been removed. The lens may be fixated to the iris or positioned in the anterior chamber angle.
See: intraocular lens
See also: lens
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of eyes Percentage (%) Traumatic Subluxation 9 16.98% Post-surgical aphakia 11 20.75% Dropped nucleus 2 3.77% ACIOL 2 3.77% Congenital subluxation 5 9.43% Senile subluxated cataract 3 5.66% Subluxated IOL 12 22.64% Marfan's 6 11.32% Juvenile cataract with subluxation 3 5.66% TOTAL 53 100% Table 3: Comparing preoperative and post-operative best corrected visual acuity (BCVA) BCVA No.
8 PCIOL 73.33% ACIOL 13.33% SFIOL 13.33% Note: Table made from bar graph.
9 >/=6/12 <6/12 PCIOL 59.09% 40.91% ACIOL 75% 25% SFIOL 100% 0% Note: Table made from bar graph.