Priya Narang, MS, focuses her blog on complex cataract surgery cases, new techniques and innovations, along with unique case reports.

BLOG: Intralenticular foreign body

June 7, 2016

Intraocular foreign bodies, or FB, are usually the result of penetrating traumatic wounds that may land the FB into either the anterior or posterior chamber, depending…

BLOG: Trocar ACM — New device for infusion

May 19, 2016

Maintenance of globe stability and wound architecture is an essential prerequisite in intraocular surgeries. Under such circumstances, viscoelastic and fluid infusion…

BLOG: Suture erosion and malpositioned IOL in scleral fixation

April 14, 2016

Scleral fixation of IOLs is one of the modalities adopted for secondary IOL fixation, and good results have been reported with this method. Every surgery has its pros…

BLOG: Peripheral iridectomy for glued IOL in large eyes

February 22, 2016

The most important limiting factor in glued IOL fixation is the limited amount of haptic externalized in large eyes. Inadequate haptic tuck into the scleral pockets can…

BLOG: I-Ring — New pupil expansion device

January 29, 2016

For pupil expansion during cataract surgery, various devices have been formulated and used to help maintain the pupil in a dilated state. Rings are excellent devices…

BLOG: PDEK in 15 steps

January 7, 2016

Every surgical technique has a set of nuances and complexities that should be followed, adequately memorized, duplicated and re-duplicated during the surgical procedure…

BLOG: L-shaped scleral incision for IOL explantation

November 5, 2015

Scleral incisions have a lot of importance in regards to the surgical procedure adopted and the type of incision that is framed. Linear, frown and smile are the most…

VIDEO BLOG: Pupilloplasty

February 21, 2015

Pupil reconstruction is often essential to overcome glare in cases of eccentric pupil, and pupilloplasty is often performed to overcome pupil eccentricity. Traumatic…

VIDEO BLOG: Soemmering ring management with glued IOL scaffold

December 8, 2014

Soemmering ring is a type of after-cataract that is seen usually in cases that have undergone cataract surgery at a young age. The residual epithelial cells proliferate…

Unilateral spherophakic wandering lens

April 24, 2014

A unilateral spherophakic crystalline lens that randomly and uninhibitedly moves across the anterior and posterior chambers in a pediatric patient is a rare entity. I…