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Histological features of pseudoexfoliative material after cataract surgery in a case of pseudoexfoliation syndrome



Histological features of pseudoexfoliative material after cataract surgery in a case of pseudoexfoliation syndrome



Rinsho Ganka 51(7): 1393-1396



A 74-year-old male had been treated by phacoemulsification and aspiration with intraocular lens implantation for cataract in the right eye with pseudoexfoliation syndrome. The intraocular lens had to be removed for spontaneous dislocation 4 months later. The removed lens capsule showed numerous foci of pseudoexfoliative (PE) material. It appeared that lens epithelium kept on actively producing PE material 4 months after surgery.

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