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Chirurgie de la cataracte pédiatrique avec implantation «bag-in-the-lens» : étude rétrospective portant sur 76 yeux avec un recul maximal de 10 ans

Abstract : Bag-In-the-Lens implantation in pediatric cataract surgery reduces the incidence of reoperation (11.84%) and thus limits general anesthesia in this fragile population. A clear visual axis was maintained in 94.8% of children. There was no case of posterior capsule opacification when the Bag-In-the-Lens implant was correctly positioned with the two capsulorhexis inserted in the interhaptic groove. No children were operated on for secondary glaucoma in our series after an average follow-up of 3.27 years. 83.3% of children operated on bilateral cataracts and 79.5% of children operated on unilateral cataracts had the best corrected visual acuity of 0.5 at the last check. The Bag-In-the-Lens implantation technique, at the cost of surgical accuracy in the realization of two calibrated anterior and posterior capsulorhexis in children, offers a decrease in postoperative complications (inflammation, secondary cataract, secondary glaucoma) and facilitates the rehabilitation of amblyopia.
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Hélène Bailleul. Chirurgie de la cataracte pédiatrique avec implantation «bag-in-the-lens» : étude rétrospective portant sur 76 yeux avec un recul maximal de 10 ans. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02309718⟩

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