This is cataract surgery in a 3-year-old child with unilateral white cataract. It was a challenging case as the lens was liquefied and the exact cause of the cataract was not known. It was probably not a congenital cataract as we had thought before the surgery. An IOL was implanted in the sulcus and the vitreous in the anterior chamber was cleared.
Surgeon: Dr. Daniel Neely, Indiana University
July 14, 2017