Three main designs of posterior chamber lenses in 140 cases have been reviewed. The visual results are satisfactory; patient satisfaction is good; and postoperative complications are limited to anterior dislocation of the feet of the lens and the necessity to wash out cortical remnants from behind the prosthesis in a small percentage of cases. The posterior chamber prosthesis is free from some of the complications of other intraocular lenses and probably provides the most 'normal' looking eye of any pseudophakoi.
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