Evaluation of Corneal Endothelial Changes After Uneventful Phacoemulsification in Diabetic and Non-diabetic Patients in Relation to the Level of Glcosylated Hemoglobin Level

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    Marwa Ahmed
Updated on 13 July 2022


Evaluation of corneal endothelial changes after uneventful phacoemulsification in diabetic and non-diabetic patients using specular biomicroscopy in relation to the level of glcosylated hemoglobin level


86 patients will be divided into two equal groups of diabetic and non-diabetic patients will undergo phacoemulsification of cataract will be evaluated thier endocelium before surgery and 3 weeks after surgery to detect the effect of level of glcosylated hemoglobin on the endothelial changes after uneventful phacoemulsification

Condition Corneal Endothelial Changes After Phacoemulsification
Treatment Specular biomicroscopy
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT05426590
SponsorMarwa Ahmed
Last Modified on13 July 2022


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Inclusion Criteria

Diabetics and non-diabetic patients undergo cataract surgery
Age between 50-60 years old
Corrected distance visual acuity<0.4
Gender: both genders

Exclusion Criteria

Chronic Ocular diseases (glaucoma,uveitis, amblyopia, strabismus,keratoconus, corneal opacity)
corneal dystrophy History of previous keratitis or viral corneal infection. Corneal dystrophy Ocular trauma. Previous ocular surgery. Complicated cataract surgery
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