A subluxated cataract may be detected during routine preoperative evaluation or diagnosed intraoperatively. Whichever the case, the surgeon needs to have a plan for management – be it continuing with surgery or referring to a more experienced colleague. This article will discuss some of the strategies that can be employed depending on the clinical scenario. The article is divided into two parts . Part one here deals with formulating a plan and becoming prepared. Part two will deal with actual surgical principles.
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