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

Primary reverse optic capture for negative dysphotopsia

February 13, 2014

The phenomenon of negative dysphotopsia (ND) after a successful cataract surgery can be very distressing both to the surgeon and the patient, who usually complains of…

'Porthole' technique helps align toric IOLs

November 12, 2013

Toric IOLs comprise a very important part of cataract surgery and are the most preferred method to meet the dual demands of correcting 

Glued IOL live surgery – Surgical rendezvous in Malaysia

September 16, 2013

Apart from the tagline of tourism “Malaysia – Truly Asia,” the country had much more to offer, including an everlasting experience of performing a…

Mounting the IOL scaffold: How effective is it?

August 6, 2013

Encountering a posterior capsule rupture (PCR) and handling it effectively is quite a challenging task for the surgeon, especially when the PCR occurs in the initial…