Lessons Learned from Implantation of Morcher 50D and 96S Artificial Iris Diaphragms.
- Author(s): Lin, SR
- Miller, KM
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.1159/000484128
To discuss problems associated with the implantation of two Morcher iris diaphragm models.We describe the history, intraoperative complications, and postoperative complications of 5 patients with specific Morcher iris implants.We implanted Morcher 50D devices in 1 patient and Morcher 96S devices in 4 patients. Complications included postoperative rotation, device mis-sizing, difficult intraoperative rotation, zonular dehiscence, and intraoperative hemorrhage.Artificial iris implantation has a steep learning curve. With widespread availability on the horizon in the United States, the sharing of surgical experiences is key to achieving the best outcomes for patients.