1372: my best pearl for Flomax/IFIS cases

This is a complete cataract case shown start to finish in a patient who has floppy iris syndrome due to prior tamsulosin (Flomax) use for prostate issues. As we know, this medication can cause the iris to become excessively floppy and can lead to iris prolapse and damage. The pupils also do not dilate as well and we must tell patients that even if they stopped taking Flomax years ago, the effect from that drug are permanent despite discontinuing the medication. In this video, I explain all of my pearls for success including what I think the best single bit of advice.

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