Twofold technique can be employed for iridodialysis repair

The term iridodialysis represents the disinsertion of the iris root from its base. It is mostly traumatic in nature, although it can be iatrogenic, and rarely congenital in origin.
Various techniques have been described in peer-review literature for the repair of iridodialysis. The twofold technique comprises the combination of nonappositional technique and single-pass four-throw (SFT) pupilloplasty technique and works effectively in all cases of iridodialysis with varied degree of severity.
Clinically, depending upon the amount of iris disinsertion and the variation in application of twofold

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