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by Marcel Eugène Nordlohne

Author: Marcel Eugène Nordlohne
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Williams & Wilkins Company; 2 edition (December 31, 1975)
Pages: 271 pages
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Authors: Nordlohne, Marcel Eugène. Comparison of Spectacle Lens, Contact Lens and Intraocular Lens Advantages and Disadvantages.

Authors: Nordlohne, Marcel Eugène. Until 1-1-1972 DINKHORST inserted 170 iridocapsular lenses in 158 patients. The first operation took place on 16-9-1965. Initially, indication for the fitting of an iridocapsular lens was congenital or traumatic cataract in children, since the e~tracapsular cataract extraction necessary at that age, facilitated iridocapsular fixation (DINKHORST, 1967ac; DINKHORST & GODIN, 1967d, 1970b, 197lb, 1972d). Nordlohne, Marcel Eugène.

Results with Special Reference to the Binkhorst Lens: Proefschrift. History of intraocular lens implants. 14. Anterior chamber lenses with iris fixation andor capsular.

The Intraocular Implant Lens Development and Results with Special Reference to the Binkhorst Lens: Proefschrift. Marcel Eugène Nordlohne. Springer Science & Business Media, 11 нояб.

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3 INTRAOCULAR LENS Many of the disadvantages associated with contact lenses (see page 4) do not apply to the intraocular lens. The advantages are mainly the same as those of contact lenses

3 INTRAOCULAR LENS Many of the disadvantages associated with contact lenses (see page 4) do not apply to the intraocular lens. The advantages are mainly the same as those of contact lenses.

Intraocular Implant Lens Development and Results with Special Reference to the Binkhorst Lens

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The intraocular implant lens development and results with special reference to the binkhorst lens. This chapter deals with the results of binkhorst lens implant operations performed by c. D. binkhorst, the only surgeon with a post-operative follow-up period of up to 15 years.

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Until 1-1-1972 DINKHORST inserted 170 iridocapsular lenses in 158 patients. The first operation took place on 16-9--1965*. Initially, indication for the fitting of an iridocapsular lens was congenital or traumatic cataract in children, since the e~tracapsular cataract extraction necessary at that age, facilitated iridocapsular fixation (DINKHORST, 1967ac; DINKHORST & GODIN, 1967d, 1970b, 197lb, 1972d). After 1970 MANSCHOT's histopathological findings (see Chapter VIII) and the desire to reduce disloca­ tions and the development of ECD to a minimum induced DINKHORST to per­ form primary iridocapsular lens implant operations in cases with senile cataract as weH. This explains the decrease in the fitting or iris clip lens implants in favor ofiridocapsular lens implants (see Fig. 39). The distribution ofthe patients' ages in these 170 cases is, therefore, quite different from that of the 677 iris clip lens implant operations (see Fig. 40). The technique ofthe iridocapsular lens implantation is described on page 59. Numerical data are shown in Fig. 41. Noteworthy in this table are the following points: 1. The average age at operation of 30.82 years which is very low compared with the 65.80 years for the iris clip lens series, may be explained by the relatively !arge nurober of children in this series (see Fig. 40).