Journal of the Korean Ophthalmological Society 2005;46(6):954-960.
Published online June 30, 2005.
Higher-order Aberrations in Pseudophakia with Different Intraocular Lenses.
Hyuk Lak Kwon, Hye Ryun Park, Bon Sool Koo, Tae Im Kim
Department of Ophthalmology, Sung-Ae General Hospital, Seoul, Korea. eyecare11@korea.com
다양한 재질의 인공수정체를 삽입한 인공수정체안에서 고위수차의 변화
권혁락,박혜련,구본술,김태임
Department of Ophthalmology, Sung-Ae General Hospital, Seoul, Korea
Correspondence:  Hyuk-Lak Kwon, M.D.
Abstract
PURPOSE
To compare high-order aberrations in the pseudophakia with different types of intraocular lenses (IOLs), as well as with normal phakic eyes. METHODS: This single-center prospective study comprised 80 cataract patients who underwent cataract surgery and 20 phakic eyes. Twenty eyes received an AF-1(R) VA-60BB; 20 eyes, a Corneal(R) ACR6D SE; 20 eyes, a Sensar(R) AR40e; and 20 eyes, a ClariFlex(R). One month after cataract surgery, the eye aberration was measured using a Hartmann-Shack type aberrometer. The same test was performed for 20 normal phakic eyes. The individual Zernike polynomials, the root mean square (RMS) values of the third and fourth order aberration, and the total RMS among the groups were compared. RESULTS: The individual Zernike coefficient (Z3(-1), Z3(3), Z4(-4), Z4(0), Z4(4)) showed a significant difference in the IOL-implanted groups compared with the normal phakic eyes. There were statistically significant differences in the RMS values of the third and fourth order aberration, and total among each group. CONCLUSIONS: There was a statistically significant increase in aberration in patients with high refractive index IOL and a statistically significant decrease in patients with silicone IOL, compared to the normal phakic eyes.
Key Words: Cataract surgery;Intraocular lens;Ocular aberration


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