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Management of intraoperative miosis during pediatric cataract surgery using healon 5

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Author(s): Jhanji Vishal | Sharma Namrata | Vajpayee Rasik

Journal: Middle East African Journal of Ophthalmology
ISSN 0974-9233

Volume: 18;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 55;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: Intraoperative Miosis | Pediatric Cataract | Viscoelastic | Viscomydriasis

ABSTRACT
Purpose : We describe a technique for achieving pupillary dilatation in order to manage and counteract intraoperative miosis during pediatric cataract surgery using viscoadaptive viscoelastic (sodium hyaluronate 2.3%). Materials and Methods : The technique of viscomydriasis was used in six eyes with pediatric cataracts with intraoperative pupillary miosis. Results : Pupillary dilatation was achieved and maintained in all eyes throughout cataract surgery. All the surgical steps including anterior and posterior capsulorrhexis and aspiration were performed successfully. Conclusions : Viscomydriasis is a simple and effective technique for the management of intraoperative pupillary miosis during cataract surgery in pediatric eyes.
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