The aspiration or push-pull technique for congenital cataract extraction without iridectomy has been well accepted.1-4 However, poor preoperative pupillary dilatation has been considered an indication for full iridectomy superiorly and vertical iridotomy inferiorly.5,6 A large corneal section is thus required, and one of the major advantages of the push-pull technique is thereby eliminated; viz, its atraumatic nature.
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