Journal of the Korean Ophthalmological Society 2002;43(1):42-46.
Published online January 1, 2002.
Short- and Long-term Effect of Mid-limbal Incision on Intraocular pressure: Compare to Normal eye.
Tae Im Kim, Hungwon Tchah
Department of Ophthalmology, University of Ulsan, College of Medicine, Asan medical Center, Seoul, Korea. hwtchah@www.amc.seoul.kr
각막윤부절개 백내장 수술 후의 안압의 변화: 정상안과의 비교
김태임 ( Tae Im Kim ) , 차흥원 ( Hung Won Tchah )
Abstract
PURPOSE
To evaluate short- and long- term intraocular pressure (IOP) change after cataract surgery using mid-limbal incision and to assess whether there is a statistically significant post operative IOP change. METHODS: We prospectively checked IOP of 94 patients who had mid limbal incision cataract surgery and excluded the patients with preexisting glaucoma or other proven ocular diseases and high elevation (30 mmHg) of IOP immediately after the surgery. RESULTS: At 6 months after the surgery, the mean IOP of operated eye was significantly lower than that of non operated opposite eye, but the mean of normal eye was significantly elevated. CONCLUSIONS: This IOP lowering effect of mid limbal incision cataract surgery suggests that control of IOP elevation related aging would be possible.
Key Words: Mid-limbal incision;Cataract surgery;Intraocular pressure


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