AXIAL LENGTH AND MYOPIC SHIFT AFTER CONGENITAL CATARACT SURGERY WITH PRIMARY IOL IMPLANTATION
What is it about?
After cataract surgery and primary intraocular lens implantation in congenital cataracts, the eye of the child continues to grow (myopic shift), we believed that smaller eyes could grow more (hence a greater myopic shift).
Why is it important?
We are looking for factors that are related to greater myopic shift, in children with primary intraocular lens implantation after cataract surgery, we believed that maybe smaller eyes could grow more and had a greater myopic shift.
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