Monocular patients present a special situation that can differ from a routine case in a patient with two eyes. We always want to achieve clean draping, a balanced incision, and a great capsulorhexis, but how should we adjust the refractive outcome? What are the appropriate IOL options? What about medications? There are some important issues that are discussed in this video.
Click to learn about special considerations for monocular patients having cataract surgery: