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Long-term results of the Choyce anterior chamber lens implants Marks V, VII, and VIII.
  1. J L Pearce


    68 eyes in which Choyce Mark VIII anterior chamber lenses had been implanted were examined, all surgery having been performed by Mr. Choyce. The average time since implantation was 5-5 years aand in 85 per cent. of eyes the corrected visual acuity was 6/12 or better. Bullous keratopathy, corneal epithelial oedema, and peripheral anterior synechiae giving rise to glaucoma were the most serious complications. Visual result, binocular function, and patient satisfaction were generally very good.

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