Kunstlinsenimplantation

  • K. W. Jacobi
Part of the Kirschnersche allgemeine und spezielle Operationslehre book series (OPERATIONSLEHRE, volume 4 / 1)

Zusammenfassung

Schon im 18. Jahrhundert waren Versuche unternommen worden, die getrübte menschliche Linse durch Kunstlinsen zu ersetzen [25, 26]. Die Geschichte der Kunstlinsenimplantation in der modernen Ophthalmochirurgie begann 1949, als in London Ridley einer 45 Jahre alten Patientin eine Kunststofflinse nach vorangegangener extrakapsulärer Kataraktoperation implantierte. Die Kunstlinse wurde hinter die Iris vor die hintere Kapsel gelegt. Das Material dieser Linse bestand aus Polymethylmetacrylat (PMMA). Der Eingriff war technisch erfolgreich, wegen eines Fehlers in der Berechnung der Linsenstärke ergab sich jedoch eine hohe Myopie [38, 54–57].

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