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Muselier, A., Dugas, B., Burelle, X., Passemard, M., Hubert, I., Mathieu, B., Berrod, J.P., Bron, A.M. and Creuzot-Garcher, C. (2010) Macular Hole Surgery and Cataract Extraction: Combined vs. Consecutive Surgery. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 150, 387-391.

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  • TITLE: Refractive Outcomes Using the Lenstar Optical Low Coherence Reflectometry Biometer in Phacovitrectomy for Epiretrinal Membranes and Macular Holes

    AUTHORS: Mark A. P. Fajgenbaum, Julian Robins, Tom H. Williamson

    KEYWORDS: Refractive Outcomes, Phacovitrectomy, Optical Biometry, Lenstar, OLCR

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Ophthalmology, Vol.7 No.3, August 18, 2017

    ABSTRACT: Objective: To compare refractive outcomes using the Lenstar optical low-coherence reflectometry (OLCR) biometer in the following cases: phacovitrectomy for epiretinal membranes and macular holes (phacovitrectomy group); sequential cataract surgery after prior vitrectomy (sequential-phaco group); routine cataract surgery (phaco-only group). Methods: This study was a retrospective, consecutive comparative series. Main outcomes were mean prediction error (ME) and mean absolute prediction error (MAE). Secondary out-come was the variance in prediction error. Results: ME was significantly more myopic in the phacovitrectomy group (-0.08 ± 0.77D, mean ± SD, p = 0.04) and the sequentialphaco group (-0.09 ± 0.51D, p = 0.01) compared to the phaco-only group (+0.24 ± 0.53D). MAEs were not statistically different across the 3 groups. The phacovitrectomy group had a wider variance in prediction errors compared to the phaco-only group (p = 0.03). Conclusions: There is a myopic shift of approximately -0.3D in both phacovitrectomy and sequential-phaco cases compared to phaco-only cases when using OLCR-based optical biometry. Phacovitrectomy outcomes are more variable compared to phaco-only eyes.