February 2022
Volume 22, Issue 3
Open Access
Optica Fall Vision Meeting Abstract  |   February 2022
Contributed Session I: Negative dysphotopsia evaluation using individualized eye models
Author Affiliations
  • Mihai State
    R&D, Surgical, Johnson & Johnson Vision, Groningen, Netherlands
  • Stefan Palkovits
    Vienna Institute for Research in Ocular Surgery, A Karl Landsteiner Institute, Hanusch Hospital, Vienna, Austria
  • Aixa Alarcon
    R&D, Surgical, Johnson & Johnson Vision, Groningen, Netherlands
  • Oliver Findl
    Vienna Institute for Research in Ocular Surgery, A Karl Landsteiner Institute, Hanusch Hospital, Vienna, Austria
  • Carmen Canovas
    R&D, Surgical, Johnson & Johnson Vision, Groningen, Netherlands
  • Patricia Piers
    R&D, Surgical, Johnson & Johnson Vision, Groningen, Netherlands
Journal of Vision February 2022, Vol.22, 9. doi:https://doi.org/10.1167/jov.22.3.9
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      Mihai State, Stefan Palkovits, Aixa Alarcon, Oliver Findl, Carmen Canovas, Patricia Piers; Contributed Session I: Negative dysphotopsia evaluation using individualized eye models. Journal of Vision 2022;22(3):9. doi: https://doi.org/10.1167/jov.22.3.9.

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Abstract

Building on our previously communicated results, the current study evaluates the predictive ability of individualized eye models to localize negative dysphotopsia (ND) in the peripheral field of view (PFoV) In a prospective study conducted at Hanusch Hospital, Vienna, Austria, post-operative biometrical data were acquired from five patients implanted with monofocal IOLs and with ND complaints. A Harms tangent screen subjective method was used to localize in PFoV the perceived shadow (HvF). For computing theoretical retinal irradiance maps, individualized Liou-Brennan (non)-sequential eye models were generated using the acquired biometrical data. Mean axial length was 22.83 (21.05 – 24.80) mm, mean IOL power 24.4 (20.5 – 30.0) D, mean IOL tilt -1.86 (-6.21 – 2.96) degrees and mean decentration 0.16 (-0.27 – 0.44) mm. Average residual astigmatism difference between theoretical and measured data was 0.49 (0.02 – 0.97) D. Aligned with HvF data, the irradiance maps localized ND in the peripheral visual field up to 85 degrees. Previously presented theoretical results evidenced that in identical biometrical conditions, IOLs from different manufacturers with similar mechanical platforms but different optic edge designs are characterized by comparable ND profiles with the peripheral location of the shadows between 69 and 76 degrees. Further expanding the utilization of these eye models, the current results demonstrate their clinical relevance in terms of PFoV localization of ND.

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