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Unusual case of residual cortical lens matter in anterior chamber
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    Late presentation of retained lens matter after phacoemulsification

    Dear Editor

    We read with interest the letter by Prakash et al.[1] concerning residual cortical lens matter in the anterior chamber after phacoemulsification. This was noted ten days post-operatively and was promptly removed to alleviate a secondary rise in intraocular pressure (IOP). We would like to share our experience of an unusual case of retained lens matter presenting thirteen months post phacoemulsif...

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    Phacoemulsification for beginners made easy

    Dear Editor

    We read with great interest the article by G Prakash et al.[1]

    We are trained as residents to overcome this problem by using simcoe cannula and performing manual irrigation and aspiration through the sideport for removal of subincisional cortex easily even in the presence of a small rhexis. We have found this to be a much safer technique than other methods such as using a J shaped cannula o...

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