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Incisions Planning In Manual Small Incision Cataract  Surgery

Dr Sudhir Singh
Sr. Consultant  & HOD
JW  Global  Hospital Research Centre
Mount Abu  India  307501

Intratunnel phacofracture is a nucleus management technique of the manual small incision cataract surgery (MSICS), in which the lens nucleus is broken inside a sclerocorneal tunnel and removed. Intratunnel phacofracture MSICS can be performed through an incision of 4 mm to 8mm at a superior, superonasal, superotemporal, or temporal site. The surgically induced astigmatism (SIA) depends on various sclerocorneal incision sizes, shape and site. The incision size and site are chosen according to the patientís preexisting corneal astigmatism. Neutralizing this preexisting astigmatism by incision planning is a simple, inexpensive way to correct corneal toricity without need for expensive toric IOLs

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