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No, cataract surgery is only designed to remove the cloudy lens material, to be replaced by a new lens implant. Macular pucker surgery is performed by a retina specialist along with a vitrectomy of the gel at the back of the eye and almost always is done as a standalone procedure.
Answered by: Jeffrey Whitman, MD
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