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Mylonas, G; Prskavec, M; Baradaran-Dilmaghani, R; Karnik, N; Buehl, W; Wirtitsch, M; .
Effect of a Single-Piece and a Three-Piece Acrylic Sharp-Edged IOL on Posterior Capsule Opacification.
Curr Eye Res. 2013; 38(1):86-90
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Wirtitsch Matthias
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Background: To compare the intensity of posterior capsule opacification (PCO) between two intraocular lenses (IOLs) of the same optic material, but with different haptic design (1-piece vs. 3-piece). Methods: This prospective intraindividual controlled cohort study comprised eighty eyes of 40 patients with bilateral age-related cataract. Each patient received a Polylens Y10 (Polytech, Germany) 1-piece IOL in 1 eye and a Polylens Y30 (Polytech, Germany) 3-piece IOL in the contralateral eye. The IOL type in the first operated eye was randomly assigned before patient recruitment. Digital slitlamp photographs were taken 1 year postoperatively using a standardized photographic technique for regeneratory PCO. The amount of PCO was assessed subjectively at the slitlamp and objectively using automated image-analysis software. Results: The Polylens Y10 (1-piece) group showed significantly higher regeneratory and fibrotic PCO scores 1 year after surgery in subjective slitlamp evaluation, however not with objective evaluation using automated image-analysis software. Subjective PCO assessment resulted in a mean PCO score (scale = 0-10) of 1.6 in the Polylens Y10 group and 0.6 in the Polylens Y30 group at 1 year (p < 0.05). The mean automated image-analysis software PCO score was 1.5 in the Polylens Y10 group and 0.9 in the Polylens Y30 group (p = 0.6). Conclusion: Both investigated IOLs showed good clinical performance regarding PCO, BCVA and IOL-centration. The Polylens Y10 IOL showed slightly more regeneratory PCO than the 3-piece acrylic IOL 1 year after surgery.
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Acrylates -
Aged -
Cataract - physiopathology
Cataract Extraction -
Female -
Follow-Up Studies -
Humans -
Hydrophobic and Hydrophilic Interactions -
Lenses, Intraocular -
Male -
Posterior Capsule of the Lens - pathology
Postoperative Complications - prevention & control
Prospective Studies -
Prosthesis Design -
Treatment Outcome -
Visual Acuity -

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1-piece IOL
3-piece IOL
Cataract surgery
Intraocular lens
Posterior capsule pacification
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