1956: Morgagnian cataracts are challenging

A Morgagnian cataract is one where the cortex has completely liquefied and the remaining endo-nucleus is floating around in the capsular bag. This is an extreme version of an intumescent white cataract and usually the capsular bag is filled with a tremendous amount of this ‘lens milk’ which will ooze out upon opening of the anterior capsule. The two cases here feature Morgagnian cataracts, one phaco and the other MSICS. Have you experienced these types of unusual cataract cases? Please leave a comment below with your best suggestions for success.

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