Intraocular lens implant


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

Intraocular lens (IOL) implant

A small, plastic device (IOL) that is usually implanted in the lens capsule of the eye to correct vision after the lens of the eye is removed. This is the implant is used in cataract surgery.
References in periodicals archive ?
According to the intraocular lens implanted, patients were divided into three groups, Group A had 65 patients who were implanted with rigid (PMMA) intraocular lens, Group B and Group C had 25 and 10 patients who had hydrophobic (Acrysof) intraocular lenses simultaneously.
Caption: Cataract surgery is safe and effective, and new intraocular lens implants (shown at right) can help correct other vision problems in addition to the cataract.
Most significant was his use of a small incision for cataract removal and intraocular lens implants which allowed the patient faster physical and visual recovery.
In addition, surgeons need precise reproducible measurements and techniques to offer newer-technology intraocular lens implants for increased spectacle freedom after surgery.
They also cover patients with uveitis, floppy iris syndrome, diabetic patients, the role of vitroretinal surgery, traumatic cataract, aniridic eyes and other iris defects, corneal pathology, surgery following implantation of phakic intraocular lenses, secondary intraocular lens implants with eyes with or without capsular support, and intraocular lens explantation and replacement.
Because he was bilaterally aphakic after cataract extractions in the 1950s without intraocular lens implants, his subsequent spectacle prescription of +17 diopters rendered his glasses so heavy that prolonged wear had caused a large indentation to his nasal bridge (figure).
Our benchmarking rankings indicated that, on average, our physicians were using a higher number of supplies, paying more for them (intraocular lens Implants. for example), and taking longer to complete procedures.
Kugler are specialists in laser vision correction (LASIK) and cataract surgery using advanced technology intraocular lens implants. Working together to remain on the forefront of technology and surgical technique to provide state-of-the-art treatments to the region.
An independent fee-based centre with specialist interests, ZEC goes beyond GOS to offer keratoconus, orthokeratology, paediatric contact lenses, cosmetics and prosthetics, intraocular lens implants and sports vision.
Jacobi, "Scleral fixation of secondary foldable multifocal intraocular lens implants in children and young adults," Ophthalmology, vol.
Types of intraocular lens implanted and posterior capsular opacification status [n (%)] IOL type Number PCO implanted status Hydrophobic acrylic 15 (50%) 6 (40%) (AcrySof, Alcon) Polymethyl methacrylate 5 (16.66%) 5 (100%) (BAL, Hanita) Acrylic (Sensar, AMO) 5 (16.66%) 5 (100%) Hydrophilic-coated hydrophobic 5 (16.66%) 5 (100%) (Acriva, VSY) IOL: Intraocular lens, PCO: Posterior capsular opacification Table 3.