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  • Gonioscopy after implantation of the semiflexible McGhan/3 M, style 70, Anterior Chamber Lens. A prospective study.
    Acta Ophthalmologica, 2009
    Co-Authors: Kristian Næser, Jørgen Nørrelykke Nissen, Tom Eggert Hansen

    Abstract:

    Gonioscopy was performed in 64 patients 3-8 (mean 4) months after intracapsular cataract extraction with implantation of the semiflexible McGhan/3 M, style 70, Anterior Chamber Lens. Iris tucking was present in 19 (30%) eyes. Iris-haptic adhesions (strands of iris-like tissue encircling the Lens feet) were present in 24 (38%) eyes. Absence of iris tucking was statistically significantly (P less than or equal to 0.05) related to surgical expertise, while the occurrence of iris-haptic adhesions was independent of surgical experience. Pupillar deformation, usually an elongation in the axis of the implant, was present in 50%. The absence or presence of an abnormal gonioscopy could not with certainty be deduced from the form of the pupil. The majority of gonioscopically visible pathological changes in the Chamber angle were located posterior to the trabecular meshwork.

  • gonioscopy after implantation of the semiflexible mcghan 3 m style 70 Anterior Chamber Lens a prospective study
    Acta Ophthalmologica, 2009
    Co-Authors: Kristian Næser, Jørgen Nørrelykke Nissen, Tom Eggert Hansen

    Abstract:

    Gonioscopy was performed in 64 patients 3-8 (mean 4) months after intracapsular cataract extraction with implantation of the semiflexible McGhan/3 M, style 70, Anterior Chamber Lens. Iris tucking was present in 19 (30%) eyes. Iris-haptic adhesions (strands of iris-like tissue encircling the Lens feet) were present in 24 (38%) eyes. Absence of iris tucking was statistically significantly (P less than or equal to 0.05) related to surgical expertise, while the occurrence of iris-haptic adhesions was independent of surgical experience. Pupillar deformation, usually an elongation in the axis of the implant, was present in 50%. The absence or presence of an abnormal gonioscopy could not with certainty be deduced from the form of the pupil. The majority of gonioscopically visible pathological changes in the Chamber angle were located posterior to the trabecular meshwork.

  • Complications and visual outcome 4 months after implantation of the semiflexible McGhan/3M, style 70, Anterior Chamber Lens. A prospective study.
    Acta Ophthalmologica, 2009
    Co-Authors: Jørgen Nørrelykke Nissen, Kristian Næser, Tom Eggert Hansen

    Abstract:

    A report is given of visual outcome and intraocular complications in 64 patients 3-8 months after implantation of Anterior Chamber Lens. 80% had a final visual acuity of 0.50 or better. Visual acuity below 0.50 could in most cases be related to pathological findings in the eye independent of implant. Pupillary block was found in 4 cases (6%), and at re-examination they all had gonioscopic changes. The mechanism of pupillary-block-glaucoma with IOL Lens implantation and measures to meet this is discussed. Gross tucking was found to pre-dispose to chronic inflammation. Cystoid macular oedema (3%) and retinal detachment (2%) was found without obvious relationship to gonioscopic changes.

Jørgen Nørrelykke Nissen – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Gonioscopy after implantation of the semiflexible McGhan/3 M, style 70, Anterior Chamber Lens. A prospective study.
    Acta Ophthalmologica, 2009
    Co-Authors: Kristian Næser, Jørgen Nørrelykke Nissen, Tom Eggert Hansen

    Abstract:

    Gonioscopy was performed in 64 patients 3-8 (mean 4) months after intracapsular cataract extraction with implantation of the semiflexible McGhan/3 M, style 70, Anterior Chamber Lens. Iris tucking was present in 19 (30%) eyes. Iris-haptic adhesions (strands of iris-like tissue encircling the Lens feet) were present in 24 (38%) eyes. Absence of iris tucking was statistically significantly (P less than or equal to 0.05) related to surgical expertise, while the occurrence of iris-haptic adhesions was independent of surgical experience. Pupillar deformation, usually an elongation in the axis of the implant, was present in 50%. The absence or presence of an abnormal gonioscopy could not with certainty be deduced from the form of the pupil. The majority of gonioscopically visible pathological changes in the Chamber angle were located posterior to the trabecular meshwork.

  • gonioscopy after implantation of the semiflexible mcghan 3 m style 70 Anterior Chamber Lens a prospective study
    Acta Ophthalmologica, 2009
    Co-Authors: Kristian Næser, Jørgen Nørrelykke Nissen, Tom Eggert Hansen

    Abstract:

    Gonioscopy was performed in 64 patients 3-8 (mean 4) months after intracapsular cataract extraction with implantation of the semiflexible McGhan/3 M, style 70, Anterior Chamber Lens. Iris tucking was present in 19 (30%) eyes. Iris-haptic adhesions (strands of iris-like tissue encircling the Lens feet) were present in 24 (38%) eyes. Absence of iris tucking was statistically significantly (P less than or equal to 0.05) related to surgical expertise, while the occurrence of iris-haptic adhesions was independent of surgical experience. Pupillar deformation, usually an elongation in the axis of the implant, was present in 50%. The absence or presence of an abnormal gonioscopy could not with certainty be deduced from the form of the pupil. The majority of gonioscopically visible pathological changes in the Chamber angle were located posterior to the trabecular meshwork.

  • Complications and visual outcome 4 months after implantation of the semiflexible McGhan/3M, style 70, Anterior Chamber Lens. A prospective study.
    Acta Ophthalmologica, 2009
    Co-Authors: Jørgen Nørrelykke Nissen, Kristian Næser, Tom Eggert Hansen

    Abstract:

    A report is given of visual outcome and intraocular complications in 64 patients 3-8 months after implantation of Anterior Chamber Lens. 80% had a final visual acuity of 0.50 or better. Visual acuity below 0.50 could in most cases be related to pathological findings in the eye independent of implant. Pupillary block was found in 4 cases (6%), and at re-examination they all had gonioscopic changes. The mechanism of pupillary-block-glaucoma with IOL Lens implantation and measures to meet this is discussed. Gross tucking was found to pre-dispose to chronic inflammation. Cystoid macular oedema (3%) and retinal detachment (2%) was found without obvious relationship to gonioscopic changes.

Kristian Næser – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Gonioscopy after implantation of the semiflexible McGhan/3 M, style 70, Anterior Chamber Lens. A prospective study.
    Acta Ophthalmologica, 2009
    Co-Authors: Kristian Næser, Jørgen Nørrelykke Nissen, Tom Eggert Hansen

    Abstract:

    Gonioscopy was performed in 64 patients 3-8 (mean 4) months after intracapsular cataract extraction with implantation of the semiflexible McGhan/3 M, style 70, Anterior Chamber Lens. Iris tucking was present in 19 (30%) eyes. Iris-haptic adhesions (strands of iris-like tissue encircling the Lens feet) were present in 24 (38%) eyes. Absence of iris tucking was statistically significantly (P less than or equal to 0.05) related to surgical expertise, while the occurrence of iris-haptic adhesions was independent of surgical experience. Pupillar deformation, usually an elongation in the axis of the implant, was present in 50%. The absence or presence of an abnormal gonioscopy could not with certainty be deduced from the form of the pupil. The majority of gonioscopically visible pathological changes in the Chamber angle were located posterior to the trabecular meshwork.

  • gonioscopy after implantation of the semiflexible mcghan 3 m style 70 Anterior Chamber Lens a prospective study
    Acta Ophthalmologica, 2009
    Co-Authors: Kristian Næser, Jørgen Nørrelykke Nissen, Tom Eggert Hansen

    Abstract:

    Gonioscopy was performed in 64 patients 3-8 (mean 4) months after intracapsular cataract extraction with implantation of the semiflexible McGhan/3 M, style 70, Anterior Chamber Lens. Iris tucking was present in 19 (30%) eyes. Iris-haptic adhesions (strands of iris-like tissue encircling the Lens feet) were present in 24 (38%) eyes. Absence of iris tucking was statistically significantly (P less than or equal to 0.05) related to surgical expertise, while the occurrence of iris-haptic adhesions was independent of surgical experience. Pupillar deformation, usually an elongation in the axis of the implant, was present in 50%. The absence or presence of an abnormal gonioscopy could not with certainty be deduced from the form of the pupil. The majority of gonioscopically visible pathological changes in the Chamber angle were located posterior to the trabecular meshwork.

  • Complications and visual outcome 4 months after implantation of the semiflexible McGhan/3M, style 70, Anterior Chamber Lens. A prospective study.
    Acta Ophthalmologica, 2009
    Co-Authors: Jørgen Nørrelykke Nissen, Kristian Næser, Tom Eggert Hansen

    Abstract:

    A report is given of visual outcome and intraocular complications in 64 patients 3-8 months after implantation of Anterior Chamber Lens. 80% had a final visual acuity of 0.50 or better. Visual acuity below 0.50 could in most cases be related to pathological findings in the eye independent of implant. Pupillary block was found in 4 cases (6%), and at re-examination they all had gonioscopic changes. The mechanism of pupillary-block-glaucoma with IOL Lens implantation and measures to meet this is discussed. Gross tucking was found to pre-dispose to chronic inflammation. Cystoid macular oedema (3%) and retinal detachment (2%) was found without obvious relationship to gonioscopic changes.