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10 - 14 Sept. 2016, Bella Center, Copenhagen, Denmark

This Meeting has been awarded 27 CME credits

 

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Effects and comparaison between 1.2 bimanual microincision cataract surgery (b-mics) and 1.8 c-mics

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First Author: A. Messina ITALY

Co Author(s):    M. Cascella                    

Abstract Details

Purpose:

To evaluate the advantages of bimanual microincision cataract surgery (1-1.2 mm) to 1.8 c.mics

Setting:

Ophtalmologic DaySurgery Unit , Florenzo Jaia Hospital -Conversano, Bari, Italy

Methods:

20 eyes of 20 patients , 10 woman and 10 men. The mean age was 68 years .The surgical platform were Stellaris(B&L), the operator were the same and by comprovated experience . Preoperative visual acuity (BCVA ) ranged from 1/10 to 5/10. Mean visual acuity was 3/10. Mean preoperative astigmatism of 0.7. Preoperatively, nuclear density was estimated according LOCS III classification. 10 eyes had 2 to 3 nuclear density, and 10 eyes had 3 to 5 nuclear density . Preoperatively endothelial cell count mean of 2200cells/mmâ‚‚ (range:1800-2400).10 eyes underwent 1.2 b-mics surgery and 10 eyes underwent 1.8 c-mics .

Results:

no intraoperative complication were observed. All 20 eyes maintained corneal transparency with no signs of thermal damage . Mean visual acuity was 0.98 and the mean induced astigmatism was 0.2 diopters. B-mics 1.2 induced corneal endothelial cell loss inferior to c-mics 1.8, and an earlier final visual recovery .

Conclusions:

Surgery 1.2 microincision cataract surgery induced corneal endothelial cell loss inferior to b-mics 1.8 and an earlier final visual recovery .

Financial Disclosure:

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