This anonymous resident starts the case with a poorly placed and poorly constructed incision. It ends up bleeding, allowing blood to leak into the anterior chamber, and then it also leaks and allows iris prolapse. How do you handle the case now?
The challenge in cataract surgery is that each step builds on the previous. A bad incision will cause leakage and iris prolapse. And that means anterior chamber instability and a greater risk of capsule rupture. And then it just goes downhill from there. So what is the best approach?
We have a great solution — just click the pic below to play the video and learn: