Closed Vitreous Surgery for Complications of Intraocular Lens Implantation II. Techniques
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FIDIA Research Series
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As noted in I. Indications, many complications of intraocular lens implantation represent indications for subsequent closed vitreous surgery. The purpose of this report is to discuss methods in managing the indications listed in Table 1 of I. Indications.
KeywordsAnterior Chamber Intraocular Lens Retinal Surface Intraocular Lens Implantation Vitreous Surgery
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