The capsulorhexis is a very important part of the cataract surgery because it ensures compartmentalization of the eye during phacoemulsification and gives us a secure place to implant the IOL. If there is just one small area of capsulorhexis run-out, that is enough to cause significant complications such as a posterior capsule rent, vitreous prolapse, and more. This is what happened in this case and it could very well happen to you as well. This video shows how the complication happened and then how the case was successfully rescued. There is so much to be learned from this video.
click to learn how to manage the vitreous prolapse after a run-out rhexis: