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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Thirty of 84 phakic eyes with visually significant cataracts received combined surgery with phacoemulsification and intraocular lens implantation.
Lens implantation techniques have two main categories: refractive lens exchange (RLE), which is identical to cataract surgery where the natural lens is replaced with a lens implant, and phakic intraocular lenses PIOLs), where artificial lenses are implanted in front of the natural lens without replacing it.
The choices of these procedures rest on surgeon's preference, phakic status, pupillary size, retinal breaks (number, size, type and location), and status of sub-retinal fluid and co-existent retinal or ophthalmic conditions.
Phakic intraocular lenses (pIOLs) are normally recommended for patients who are unsuitable for LVC, such as those with very high prescriptions or thin corneas.
We are presenting a traumatic dislocation of a Phakic intraocular lens (PIOL) secondary to a blunt trauma to the right eye.
Part 2 explains causes and treatment of refractive, eye movement, and alignment disorders, covering various types of treatments, from eyeglasses to eye surgeries and phakic lenses.
Takkar et al pointed out that phakic status of the patient is the most significant and defining factor for corneal endothelial damage in VR surgeries with more profound corneal endothelial cell loss in aphakic as compared to phakic or pseudophakic eyes10.
Pigmentary dispersion syndrome induced by a posterior chamber phakic refractive lens.
Moreover, of the 68 phakic eyes with "ectopia lentis", 43 (63.
For phakic eyes unresponsive to these treatments, intravitreal dexamethasone implant may be considered, bearing in mind the potential side effects.
The system displays detailed refractive data as it changes during the phakic, aphakic, and pseudophakic phases of procedures, helping surgeons proceed with confidence at all stages of cataract removal and lens insertion.
In phakic eyes in which PPV is done, cataract may develop at a rate of 20-35% post operatively9.