Bag-in-the-lens technique shows no secondary opacification at 2 years in series of pediatric patients

COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Good, stable results and no secondary opacification were reported in a series of children implanted with the bag-in-the-lens method at a pediatric eye clinic in Ukraine. The bag-in-the-lens technique entails the creation of a twin capsulorrhexis in the anterior and posterior capsules. A specially designed IOL that clasps the remaining capsular bag between circumferential haptic rims is then implanted.

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