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This prospective cohort study enrolled patients with implantation of a trifocal IOL. Only one eye of each patient was enrolled. Eyes were devided into three groups according the axial length (AL), including the short AL group, the control group and the long AL group. Manifest refraction, uncorrected and distance-corrected visual acuity at different distances, contrast sensitivity, aberrations and IOL decentration were measured three months after surgery. Spectacle independence, adverse photic phenomena, overall satisfaction and life quality were assessed with a questionnaire.
To determine the surgical outcome and patient satisfaction in patients who underwent AT LARA lens implantation during or after vitrectomy at a relatively young age (around 55 years of age), mostly to treat (urgent) retinal detachment.
Aim:To determine the effectiveness and subjective satisfaction of patients with bilateral cataract surgery and implantation of intraocular lens (IOL) RayOne EMV with enhanced optic, using different degrees of mini-monovision (up to 0.74, between 0.75 -1.24 and 1.25-1.75). To compare individual groups between themselves . In particular, we would like to compare the independence of spectacle correction when looking into the distance, at medium distance and at reading distance.
Presbyopia-correcting implant (PC-IOL): AcrySof IQ Vivity (Alcon) has been evaluated in 2 large pivotal trials (US and OUS trials). These tests showed that this PC-IOL restored intermediate visual acuity (IVA) and near visual acuity (NV A) superior to that of the reference monofocal AcrySof implant. In these tests, it was demonstrated that distance visual acuity (DVA) was non-inferior. However, the intermediate visual acuity for this implant in its toric version has not been evaluated.
In order to determine the intraocular lens to be implanted during cataract surgery, keratometry and axial length must be measured in preoperative. The axial length is obtained by ocular ultrasound mode B. Keratometry is obtained by means of an automatic refractometer or corneal topography. Currently, ultrasound scanners are being developed with a topography module to combine axial length and keratometry measurement. The investigators want to evaluate the corneal topography module of the Zeiss® IOL Master 700 biometer.
We aim in this study to investigate the effect of intravitreal triamcinolone acetonide injection on the development of macular edema and the progression of diabetic retinopathy. Whether this injection hastens cataract surgery results or not. We will categorize the participants into two groups: the case group who will receive the injection at the end of surgery, and the control group who will have routine cataract surgery with no extra injections.
Primary objective of this study is to evaluate and compare the measurements of two different optical biometrics systems in patients who will undergo cataract surgery or presbyopia surgery using intraocular lenses (IOL-PC).
The aim of this study is to report the effectiveness of phacoaspiration when combined with angle surgery in preventing postoperative glaucoma following pediatric cataract surgery
This is a prospective, multi-center, masked, three-arm, randomized clinical study of the TECNIS Eyhance Toric II IOL (test #1) and TECNIS Synergy Toric II (test #2) compared to the TECNIS Toric 1-Piece IOL (control).
Single arm, unmasked study to evaluate the performance and safety of the LEDINBIO CE Device for the non-invasive treatment of vision loss in age-related cataract.