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During the cataract surgery, one complication could be the implantation of the intraocular lens in an upside-down position. This occurs during the injection, and in many cases, regarding the possible complications that can happen when trying to reposition it, the lens is left in that position. In this paper, we study the optical quality variation when this happens, using a worst-case scenario: non-equibiconvex intraocular lens of high dioptric power.
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This page is a summary of: Optical Quality Variation Of Different Intraocular Lens Designs In A Model Eye: Lens Placed Correctly And In An Upside-Down Position., Ophthalmic Research, January 2023, Karger Publishers, DOI: 10.1159/000528504.
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