ULTRASOUND BIOMICROSCOPIC STUDY OF ANTERIOR SEGMENT CHANGES AFTER PHACOEMULSIFICATION AND INTRAOCULAR LENS IMPLANTATION
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Purpose: To study the changes in anterior segment configuration after 6 phacoemuLstfication and intraocular lens implantation by means of ultrasound biomicroscopy (UBM). Patients and methods : Fifteen eyes of 15 patients with senile on pre-) snile cataract and no other illness were participate in this work. All patients were examined with UBM before and one month after surgery. At • each UBM examination, central anterior chamber depth (ACD1), depth "1 from the cornea to the pupillary plane (ACD2), angle opening distance at 500 micron from scleral spur (A0D500) and trabecular iris angle (TIA) were recorded.