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Figure 2: (a): In another case, the hydrodelineation attempt caused an inadvertent hydrodissection (red arrow), which was not evident clinically but iOCT delineated the separation of capsule from posterior opacity. (b): In another case, hydrodelineation resulted in the fracture of posterior opacity (left red arrow), which was evident clinically but at the same time iOCT showed fracture corresponding (right red arrow) seepage of fluid with minimal capsular distention. (c and d): In a case, following nuclear phacoemulsification, the epinucleus-opacity and capsular complex showed a continuous forward movement (multiple red arrows). In the same case even in presence of a continuous irrigation port and well-maintained anterior chamber pressures, the capsule-opacity complex showed forward bulge. It was very well-appreciated on iOCT, this helped in the regular viscoelastic filling of the anterior chamber to stabilize continuous billowing (multiple red arrows)

Figure 2: (a): In another case, the hydrodelineation attempt caused an inadvertent hydrodissection (red arrow), which was not evident clinically but iOCT delineated the separation of capsule from posterior opacity. (b): In another case, hydrodelineation resulted in the fracture of posterior opacity (left red arrow), which was evident clinically but at the same time iOCT showed fracture corresponding (right red arrow) seepage of fluid with minimal capsular distention. (c and d): In a case, following nuclear phacoemulsification, the epinucleus-opacity and capsular complex showed a continuous forward movement (multiple red arrows). In the same case even in presence of a continuous irrigation port and well-maintained anterior chamber pressures, the capsule-opacity complex showed forward bulge. It was very well-appreciated on iOCT, this helped in the regular viscoelastic filling of the anterior chamber to stabilize continuous billowing (multiple red arrows)