BLOG: Treating an anatomic problem vs. providing an improved functional outcome

A patient presented to me recently with a history of cataract surgery in the left eye done a year ago.He had a wide superior scleral tunnel incision and what appeared to be an anterior chamber IOL with the part of the haptics above the iris at the angle and the rest of the IOL in the sulcus. The anterior segment was quiet and without inflammation, and the patient's only complaint was the poor vision, which was 20/800.

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