posterior capsule rupture

Personal experience with using an IOL for varied situationsIn the absence of an in-the-bag IOL option following cataract surgery, there are practical benefits of using a three piece, fully pre-loaded aspheric acrylic hydrophobic IOL system and its suitability for a wide variety of situations.
Complicated case underscores need for care, preparationA case of cataract surgery with planned presbyopia-correcting IOL implantation– complicated by posterior capsule rupture and a postoperative refractive surprise– reinforced important lessons and provided a new revelation to one experienced surgeon.
Reverse optic capture effective for posterior capsule tearsReverse optic capture may be a viable option for addressing a decentered single-piece IOL as the result of a compromised posterior capsular or a posterior capsular tear.
Pearls for managing tricky cataracts in post-vitrectomy eyesCataract surgery in the post-vitrectomized eye is considerably tricky but with some surgical experience and implementing some valuable pearls—including whether to hydrodissect or hydrodelineate—surgeons can avoid surprises, according to Bonnie An Henderson, MD.
Clinical experience with a mechanical pupil dilatorCataract patients with small pupils present a particular challenge for surgeons. Using a pupil expansion device such as the Malyugin ring may help to reduce the complications associated with small pupil cataract surgery.