BLOG: Mounting the IOL scaffold: How effective is it?

Encountering a posterior capsule rupture (PCR) and handling it effectively is quiet a challenging task for the surgeon, especially when the PCR occurs in the initial stages of cataract surgery where the nucleus is yet to be emulsified.Mounting the IOL as a scaffold at this juncture offers a dual advantage of preventing the nuclear pieces from slipping in to the vitreous cavity while also facilitating the emulsification.

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