1. Assessment of optic edge and the posterior capsule junction on optical coherence tomography

    Assessment of optic edge and the posterior capsule junction on optical coherence tomography

    After cataract surgery, a frequent challenge faced by the anterior segment surgeon is posterior capsule opacification (PCO). Therefore, it is necessary to tackle this intraoperatively by thoroughly removing the lens capsule epithelial cells. 1 A square-edged intraocular lens (IOL) optic has also been shown to reduce the occurrence of PCO. 1 Determining the actual changes along the square edges of the IOL and the capsule junction is important in understanding why PCO develops.

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