Cataract Quiz: What do you do now?

This is a complication that is sure to happen to every beginning cataract surgeon: a broken posterior capsule as a result of the phaco tip. In this case, there is a large posterior capsular break and there is still a significant degree of cataract material, including nuclear fragments, still in the eye. How can we safely remove the rest of the cataract, clean up the anterior segment, and then place a sulcus IOL?

Click below to see how to successfully complete this complicated case:

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