DEC 12, 2017
AAO 2016 Best of Show Videos
Complications, Keratoprosthesis, Vision Rehabilitation
A new surgical technique using instruments well known to ophthalmologists is proposed to treat the breakage of the iris sphincter secondary to a blunt trauma of a 50-year-old woman. This new surgery reduces the iris dilation, allowing the normal iris to function and avoiding secondary damage of the crystalline lens.