Cataract surgery in a 3-year-old child with unilateral white cataract of unknown etiology. It was a challenging case as the lens contents were liquefied. It is removed with a vitrector technique. A primary posterior capsulotomy was performed before placing the IOL in the sulcus. Non-preserved triamcinolone is used to stain the vitreous for anterior chamber cleanup.
Surgeon: Dr. Daniel Neely, Indiana University
July 14, 2017