Outcomes of Microcoaxial Cataract Surgery using 1.8mm versus 2.2mm Corneal Incision. The authors have no financial interest. Jung Hwa Na M.D. Eun Chul Kim M.D. Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science, The Catholic University of Korea. Purpose.
The authors have no financial interest
JungHwa Na M.D.
Eun Chul Kim M.D.
Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science,
The Catholic University of Korea
To compare the postoperative results of
microcoaxial cataract surgery (MCCS) using
1.8mm incision (Stellaris Vision Enhancement System, Bausch & Lomb Inc., USA) with
2.2mm incision (Infinity Vision System, Alcon Laboratories, Inc., USA).
* Median (Interquartile range)
No statistical difference in BCVA.
Mean Endothelial Cell Density (cell/㎟)
ECD decrement (%) at 2 months after operation ;
*: Between Preoperative mean ECD and the value of 2 months after operation at each group.
†: Between independent two groups at each follow-up period.
1.8 mm MCCS is effective as 2.2 mm MCCS