Korean Journal of Optometry and Vision Science 2005;4(1):5-10.
Published online December 1, 2005.
광학부 종류가 다른 인공수정체안에서 발생항 후낭혼탁
김민정, 김효진, 주천기
Laboratory of Ophthalmology and Visual Science, The Catholic univesity of Korea, College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea
Development of Posterior Capsular Opacification in Different Optic Type of Intraocular lens
Minjung Kim, Hyojin Kim, Choun-Ki Joo
Abstract
Purpose
We investigate posterior capsular opacification type with different optic material of intraocular lens Methods: 35eyes which underwent Nd-YAG capsulotomy because of posterior capsular opacification, we divide into optic material aclylic and silicone, compared retrospectively the time interval between the development of postrior capsular opacification, total energy used in laser capsulotomy and posterior capsular opacification type. Posterior capsular opacification type classifed fibrosis and pearls. Results: Posterior capsular opacification type were fibrosis type 13eyes, pearls type 2eyes in acylic, fibrosis type 18 eyes, pearls type 2eyes in silicone. Poser of fibrosis type was 5.98mJ total energy 74.75mJ and pulse 254.86, power of pearls type were 4.00mJ total energy 78.00,J and pulse 373.00 in acylic. Power of fibrosis type were 4.77mJ total energy 183.00mJ and pulse 254.86, Power of pearls type was 4.80mJ total energy 66.57mJ and pulse 637.65 in silicone. The average interval from cataract surgery to Na-YAG capsulotomy of fibrosis type were 38.62months, 21.18 months and pearls type were 25.50months, 8.50months in acylic and silicone. Conclusions: Posteriror capsular opacification type with different optic material of intraocular lens were no significantly difference.
Key Words: After cataract, Elschning-pearl type PCO, Fibrosis type PCO, Nd-YAG laser capsulotomy, PCO


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