Extracapsular cataract extraction

Extracapsular waterfall extraction (ECCE) is a class of eye medical procedure in which the focal point of the eye is expelled while the flexible case that covers the focal point is left somewhat in place to permit implantation of an intraocular focal point (IOL). This approach is stood out from intracapsular waterfall extraction (ICCE), a more established technique in which the specialist evacuated the total focal point inside its container and left the eye aphakic (without a focal point). The patient's vision was redressed after intracapsular extraction by to a great degree thick eyeglasses or by contact focal points. 

  • Demographics
  • Diabetic retinopathy
  • Conjunctivitis (Pink eye)
  • Ocular hypertension
  • Myopia
  • Colorblindness

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