A Clinical Case from the Archives : 18/10/2005

We are just about to operate on this Jack Russell’s eye – but what is the problem and what are we going to do?

This is a lens luxation – some would phacoemulsify the lens but another rather older option is to perform an intracapsular lendectomy, as you can see here with the operating microscope light rather beautifully highlighting the lens as it is eased out using a vectis.


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