Scleral fixation of Sinking Bag-IOL Complex: A new surgical
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An incidence of subluxation/dislocation of posterior chamber IOL after complicated cataract surgery ranges from 0.2-3.0% Although malpositioning of the intraocular lens (IOL) is rare in the modern cataract surgery era, but several predisposing conditions like pseudoexfoliation, uveitis, trauma or anterior capsular phimosis can lead to either subluxation or dislocation of bag-IOL complex. In contrast to IOL dislocation, bag dislocation occurs as a result of progressive zonular dehiscence even after years of uneventful surgery. Surgical management of subluxated bag-IOL complex is essential in symptomatic patients. Several techniques have been described for the repositioning of the bag-IOL complex. We are describing a modified technique for repositioning of the complex.

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