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Light scattering in intraocular lenses explanted 15 to 40 years after surgery


The optical quality of intraocular lenses (IOLs) of different materials that have been implanted from 16 to 44 years in human eyes was studied. The IOLs were explanted due to other causes than loss of transparency. The scattered light from the IOLs was assessed in two angular regimes by using dark field images (for wide angles) and the optical integration method (for narrower angles). No evident differences were found in the scattering intensities processed from the dark images. The explanted lenses presented slightly increased amounts of straylight between 1 and 5.1° when compared to a reference new unused lens.

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