phakic eye

pha·kic eye

an eye containing the natural lens.

pha·kic eye

(fak'ik ī)
An eye containing the natural lens.
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10] Image D shows an optical coherence tomography (OCT) scan of the phakic eye of a patient with an abnormally high HbA1c level.
Its design was later modified and has been used in the phakic eye for the last 13 years.
Its design was modified in 1986 to be used in the phakic eye.
Magnification and visual acuity in high myopic phakic eye corrected with an anterior chamber intraocular lens versusu by other methods.
Thirty of 84 phakic eyes with visually significant cataracts received combined surgery with phacoemulsification and intraocular lens implantation.
A comparative study revealed that ranibizumab with prompt or delayed laser photocoagulation is superior to intravitreal triamcinolone acetonide (IVTA) with laser, especially in phakic eyes, due to the well-known adverse effects of TA.
Moreover, of the 68 phakic eyes with "ectopia lentis", 43 (63.
Steroid therapy is associated with raised IOP, and cataract formation in phakic eyes.
In phakic eyes in which PPV is done, cataract may develop at a rate of 20-35% post operatively9.
At two years, in the phakic eyes (that is, eyes that have the natural lens) with Retisert, 89.