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Figure 1: Illustration of preparation and loading of the intraocular lense (IOL). (a and b) A 10/0 looped polypropylene suture end was grasped with a micro forceps and threaded into the IOL cartridge. (c and d) The needle and the cartridge together were threaded into the end of the suture and thus a hitch-cow knot was formed at the leading haptic of IOL. (e and f) The IOL was inserted into the cartridge and the needle was passed through the tip of injector and then IOL was loaded

Figure 1: Illustration of preparation and loading of the intraocular lense (IOL). (a and b) A 10/0 looped polypropylene suture end was grasped with a micro forceps and threaded into the IOL cartridge. (c and d) The needle and the cartridge together were threaded into the end of the suture and thus a hitch-cow knot was formed at the leading haptic of IOL. (e and f) The IOL was inserted into the cartridge and the needle was passed through the tip of injector and then IOL was loaded