This cataract is so dense that the crust has liquefied, allowing the nucleus to sink to the bottom of the lens capsule. This special type of very dense cataract is known as a Morgagniana cataract.
Cataract surgery is a safe and successful procedure that can restore your vision. However, during the post-surgery recovery period, you may experience some side effects such as cloudy vision and glare from bright lights.
If you're considering cataract surgery, find out how long you can exercise safely after the procedure and what precautions you need to take.
Intracameral injection of cefazolin bolus (1 mg in 0.1 ml of solution) and also of 1 mg intracameral cefuroxime at the end of cataract surgery have been shown to reduce the rate of postoperative endophthalmitis without toxic effects on the cornea or retina. Subconjunctival antibiotics are commonly given after intraocular surgery.
Cataract surgery is a highly successful procedure that can restore your vision and allow you to return to your normal activities. However, it is important to be aware of the potential risks and complications that can occur after the surgery. Learn more about what y