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Table 1 Preoperative and postoperative medical records of the patients

From: A modified intrascleral intraocular lens fixation technique with fewer anterior segment manipulations: 27-gauge needle-guided procedure with built-in 8–0 absorbable sutures

Cases Sex Age- Ranges Eye Preexsisting ocular disease Preoperative BCVA Postoperative BCVA Follow-up
(Months)
Postoperative complications
1 M 30–35 R aphakia, OT, globe rupture, iridodialysis 0.15 0.00 15
2 M 45–50 L CLS, OT, RD 0.22 0.10 8
3 M 20–25 R CLS, OT, glaucoma, MH 2.00 0.40 13 transient ocular hypertension(25 mmHg)
4 M 45–50 R CLS, OT, iridodialysis 1.30 0.10 9 transient ocular hypertension(26 mmHg)
5 F 55–60 L CCE, PDR,VH, RD* 1.30 1.52 8
6 M 30–35 L CLD, OT, VH, RD, iridodialysis 2.00 1.52 14
7 F 60–65 L aphakia, PDR, VH 2.00 0.40 11 postoperative hypotony(5 mmHg)
8 M 60–65 L aphakia, RRD* 0.52 0.52 10
9 M 25–30 R aphakia, OT, iridodialysis,
sympathetic ophthalmia*
0.40 0.52 6 postoperative hypotony(3 mmHg)
10 F 55–60 R aphakia, RRD, high myopia 1.52 0.70 8 postoperative hypotony(7 mmHg)
11 M 65–70 L CLS, OT, retinal tear 1.52 0.40 8
12 M 70–75 L aphakia, PDR* 2.00 2.00 7
13 M 5–10 L aphakia, OT, endophthalmitis 0.70 0.52 11
14 M 45–50 L CCE, OT 0.82 0.30 6
  1. M male, F female, OT ocular trauma, CLS crystalline lens subluxation, CCE concomitant cataract extraction, CLD crystalline lens dislocation, RRD rhegmatogenous retinal detachment, RD retinal detachment, MH macular hole, PDR proliferative diabetic retinopathy, VH vitreous hemorrhage, BCVA best-corrected visual acuity
  2. * BCVA did not improve
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