Long-term Risk of Glaucoma After Congenital Cataract Surgery

We read with great interest the article published by Lambert and associates. They have highlighted a very important complication after pediatric cataract surgery. There are certain issues that need to be addressed. The authors enrolled 62 eyes of 37 patients. Seventeen eyes underwent secondary intraocular (IOL) implantation and 6 primary IOL. We would like to know the procedure for the remaining patients. Also, 11 patients had unilateral cataract and 26 bilateral, which makes 63 eyes. In the description on cataract morphology the number of cataracts totals to 37.

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