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      Refractive results of cataract surgery using optical biometry and Haigis formula in eyes with refractive keratotomy Translated title: Resultado refracional da cirurgia de catarata utilizando biômetro óptico e fórmula Haigis em olhos com ceratotomia refrativa

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          OBJECTIVE: To analyze refractive results in postoperative cataract surgery in eyes previously submitted to keratotomy using Haigis formula and data provided by IOL Master®optical biometer. METHODS: The measurements for IOL calculation were obtained through optical biometry by partial coherence interferometry (IOL Master®- Zeiss, 5.4 and 5.5 version) that provides us with the axial length, the central keratometry of 2.5mm, white-to-white diameter and anterior chamber anatomical depth. The formula chosen was Haigis. The surgical technique applied was with the scleral incision at 1.5 mm from the limbus, with scleral-corneal tunnel of 2.2 mm wide, phacoemulsification using INFINITI Ozil®- Alcon and implantation of hydrophobic acrylic aspheric intraocular lens - SN60WF®- Alcon. RESULTS: We studied 20 eyes submitted to keratotomy in the past and currently with cataract with indication for cataract surgerywith intraocular lens implantation using phacoemulsification. Postoperative spherical equivalent was plano in 40% of the eyes and lower than -1.00 in 85% of the eyes. CONCLUSION: The optical biometry by partial coherence interferometry associated with Haigis formula is a valid alternative in IOL calculation for eyes submitted to keratotomy. The refractive results are highly predictable and reproducible.

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          OBJETIVO: Analisar os resultados refracionais no pós-operatório de cirurgia de catarata em olhos previamente submetidos à ceratotomia, utilizando a fórmula Haigis e os dados fornecidos pelo biômetro óptico IOL Master®. MÉTODOS: As medidas para o cálculo da LIO foram obtidas por meio da biometria óptica por interferometria de coerência parcial (IOL Master® - Zeiss, versão 5.4 e 5.5) que nos fornece o comprimento axial, a ceratometria central de 2.5mm, o diâmetro branco-a-branco e a profundidade anatômica da câmara anterior. A fórmula escolhida foi a Haigis. A técnica cirúrgica aplicada foi com incisão escleral a 1.5mm do limbo, com túnel esclero-corneal de 2.2mm de largura, facoemulsificação com equipamento INFINITI Ozil® - Alcon e implante de lente intraocular acrílica hidrofóbica asférica - SN60WF® - Alcon. RESULTADOS: Foram estudados 20 olhos submetidos à ceratotomia no passado e atualmente portadores de catarata com indicação de facectomia com implante de lente intraocular por meio da facoemulsificação. O equivalente esférico pós-operatório foi plano em 40% dos olhos e menor que -1.00 em 85% dos olhos. CONCLUSÃO: A biometria óptica por interferometria de coerência parcial associada à fórmula Haigis se apresenta como uma alternativa válida no cálculo da LIO em olhos submetidos à ceratotomia. Os resultados refrativos são altamente previsíveis e reproduzíveis.

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          Use of the pentacam true net corneal power for intraocular lens calculation in eyes after refractive corneal surgery.

          To assess the accuracy and validity of true net corneal power of the Pentacam system to provide a keratometry reading for calculating intraocular lens (IOL) power in postoperative refractive surgery eyes. Refraction, an automated keratometry reading, and true net corneal power were measured for 30 eyes that required cataract surgery and had previously undergone refractive surgery. Target refraction values calculated with the SRK/T formula using true net corneal power were compared with postoperative manifest refraction values. Using true net corneal power, the mean deviation from the desired postoperative cataract refractive outcome was 0.47 +/- 0.56 diopters (D); the actual refraction was within +/- 0.50 D of the intended refraction for 70% of eyes (21/30) and within +/- 1.00 D for 93% of eyes (28/30). The true net corneal power can be used as a keratometry reading for eyes with previous refractive surgery requiring cataract surgery.
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                Journal
                rbof
                Revista Brasileira de Oftalmologia
                Rev. bras.oftalmol.
                Sociedade Brasileira de Oftalmologia (Rio de Janeiro )
                1982-8551
                April 2013
                : 72
                : 2
                : 103-107
                Affiliations
                [1 ] Imo-Instituto de Moléstias Oculares Brazil
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                S0034-72802013000200006
                10.1590/S0034-72802013000200006
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                OPHTHALMOLOGY

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