Prompt identification of corneal edema after cataract surger
Causes of corneal edema after cataract surgery are varied and must be identified and eliminated quickly, according to a speaker here.

“In general, when you have corneal edema after cataract surgery, eliminate the inciting cause, be it a fragment, dislocated lens or [Descemet’s membrane] detachment. Treat these patients aggressively with steroids and keep in mind they may need corneal transplantation,” Terry Kim, MD, said at Hawaiian Eye 2017.

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