Iris-Claw intraocular lenses in children
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27 children (38 eyes) with cataracts of different origins were treated using iris fixated one-piece Iris-Claw intraocular lenses. Visual acuities outcome in this group was comparable with the results in other series. The Iris-Claw lens is a very versatile IOL, which can be used in most cataract procedure, it can be removed and exchanged with minimal surgical trauma; therefore it is an affective modality in correction of the developmental changes in the refraction of the very young and growing, aphakic eye.
Key wordsCataract Children Congenital Iris-Claw IOL Juvenile
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