Journal of the Korean Ophthalmological Society 1990;31(1):45-52.
Published online January 1, 1990.
Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser Posterior Capsulotomy of the Aphakia and Pseudophakia Inserted with Posterior Chamber IOL.
Jin Ho Huh, Young Pal Yoon, Jin Kee Lee, Kwang Soo Kim
Department of Ophthalmology, Fatima Hospital, Korea.
무수정체안과 후방인공수정체안에서의 야그레이저 후낭절개술
윤영팔(Young Pal Youn),김광수(Kwang Soo Kim),허진호(Jin Ho Huh),이진기(Jin Kee Lee)
Abstract
To get the pure clinical results of Yag Laser Posterior Capsulotomy, excluding all the possible factors that might affect the results of that, we performed posterior capsulotomies on after cataracts(118 eyes) by using Q-switched Nd:Yag laser from February 1987 to August 1989 and reviewed the results. Group A is composed of 68 surgical aphakic eyes and group B is composed of 50 Posterior chamber pseudophakic eyes. The results were as follows: 1. One eye in groupA and one eye in group B were congenital cataracts and the others were all adult and senile cataracts. 2. As a result of posterior capsulotomy, 59 eyes(86.8%) in group A and 42(84%) in group B were above 0.5 in corrected visual acuity. 3. On performing, the power setting was under 1.5mJ in 59 eyes(86.8%) in groupA and 40 eyes(80%) in group B. 4. Ocular complications developed in 35 eyes(51.5%) in group A and 15 eyes(30%) in group B. 5. Good preoperative ocular condition may predict good postoperative clinical results. 6. Less energy and pulses in operation combined with less occurrences of vitrous prolapse in group B might be associated with less development of postoperative complications in group B than in group A.
Key Words: YAG laser posterior caps ulotomy;pure clinical results;after cataract;surgical aphakic eyes;posterior chamber pseudophakic eyes


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