Posterior subcapsular cataract and steroids

The goal in modern cataract surgery is not only the removal of the cataract, but also the replacement of the cataract with an intraocular lens (IOL). The IOL is typically placed during the cataract surgery, and may be placed in the capsular bag as a posterior chamber lens (PCIOL), in the ciliary sulcus, as a sulcus lens, or in the anterior chamber anterior to the iris as an anterior chamber lens (ACIOL). There are multiple types of IOLs that may be used in modern cataract surgery, including monofocal, multifocal, accomodative, and astigmatism-correcting lenses. The goal of all IOLs is to improve vision and limit dependency upon spectacles or contact lenses. 

Posterior subcapsular cataract and steroids

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