Surgical Repair of Descemet’s Membrane Detachment Following Phacoemulsification by Intracameral Air Injection and Suture Fixation
Post-surgical Descemet’s membrane detachment is a rare complication that has a serious visual impact if not treated adequately. This report is of a 74-year-old patient with Descemet’s membrane detachment after phacoemulsification who underwent successful repair by intracameral air injection and suture fixation.
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