A lensectomy is a microsurgery procedure that removes part or all of the crystalline lens from the eye. The lensectomy procedure is performed to treat a wide range of vitreoretinal disorders, including retained lens fragments that may happen after cataract surgery.
What is refractive Lensectomy?
A lensectomy is a very similar procedure to PRELEX. Rather than replacing the natural lens of the eye with an artificial multifocal lens, a mono-focal lens is used, providing clear vision at only one point of focus.