Film 90518: Two Cases of Intraoperative Capsular Block Syndrome | ASCRS
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Film 90518: Two Cases of Intraoperative Capsular Block Syndrome
May 2023
Meeting: 2023 ASCRS Annual Meeting
Presenting Author: Byung Yi Ko, MD, PhD
Additional Producers: Youngsuk Chang, MD; Kook Hyung Lee, MD
Category: Cataract Complications
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The 1st case’s refraction was -10.5D. The ACD was 1.94 mm in the 2nd case. During hydrodissection, the nucleus was pushed forward. Posterior capsule rupture occurred during phaco or IOL insertion. Vitrectomy was performed. Two weeks after surgery, corrected visual acuity were 1.0. Performing hydrodissection in eyes with high myopia, shallow ACD, caution for CBS should be taken.

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