phakic

phakic 

Refers to an eye possessing its crystalline lens or an intraocular lens implant. See aphakia; pseudophakic eye; intraocular lens.
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One option to discuss with these patients is correction with a phakic intraocular lens (pIOL), which has the ability to treat prescriptions up to -20.00D, and even more if combined with corneal refractive surgery.
Cataracts were extracted from 74% of patients administered YUTIQ with phakic eyes and 24% of patients administered sham with phakic eyes.
All phakic patients were simultaneously operated for cataract with foldable intraocular lens implant.
Injection of Bevacizumab was given 4mm behind the limbus in the temporal quadrant in the phakic patients and 3.5mm in the patients having pseudophakia.
Lens touch usually occurs as result of peripheral vitreous shaving in phakic patients.
Among their topics are posterior corneal astigmatism: basics and clinical implication, considerations in cataract surgery following postrefractive error correction, malpositioned intraocular lens and capsular bag: intraocular lens complex issues, bilensectomy: phakic intraocular lens explantation with coincidental cataract surgery and intraocular lens implantation, and telescopic intraocular lenses.
The patients were divided into two groups, those with nAMD + cataract who underwent both cataract surgery and IVR therapy (group 1) and phakic patients with nAMD but no cataract who underwent IVR therapy only (group 2).
Intraoperative retinal tears occur in up to 1.6% and postoperative retinal detachment in up to 4.6%; in about two-thirds of phakic eyes, cataract develops within 2 years of surgery (7).
The Hospital was said to be also credited with introducing several new technologies and procedures to Pakistan such as Phaco, Lasik, Femto Lasik, Femto Cataract, Phakic IOL etc.
Implantable Collamer Lenses, also known as Phakic Intra Ocular Lenses (IOLs) offer permanent vision correction.