Case ReportINTRAOCULAR LENS SCAFFOLD TO PREVENT INTRAOCULAR FOREIGN BODY SLIPPAGEAgarwal, Amar MS, FRCS, FRCOphth; Ashok Kumar, Dhivya MD, FICO; Agarwal, Athiya MD, DOAuthor Information Dr. Agarwal's Eye Hospital and Eye Research Center, Chennai, India. Reprint requests: Amar Agarwal, MS, FRCS, FRCOphth, Dr. Agarwal's Eye Hospital And Eye Research Center, 19 Cathedral Road, Chennai 600 086, India; e-mail: email@example.com Dr Amar Agarwal is paid consultant for Staar Surgicals. Other co-authors do not have financial disclosure. Supplemental digital content is available for this article. Direct URL citations appear in the printed text and are provided in the HTML and PDF versions of this article on the journal's Web site (www.retinajournal.com). Retinal Cases & Brief Reports: Winter 2017 - Volume 11 - Issue 1 - p 86-89 doi: 10.1097/ICB.0000000000000296 Buy SDC Metrics AbstractIn Brief Purpose: To report the application of intraocular lens (IOL) scaffold technique in intraocular foreign body (IOFB) removal. Methods: Patient with IOFB in posterior segment is included. The IOFB is retrieved from the posterior segment (pars plana vitrectomy and exteriorization of the IOFB from the retinal surface using an intravitreal forceps via the posterior capsulotomy) and placed on the iris. A three-piece posterior chamber IOL is placed in the sulcus via the clear corneal incision. IOFB is then removed from the anterior chamber over the IOL by forceps. Results: Metallic IOFB of 4 mm × 3 mm has been retrieved by IOL scaffold technique after rescuing it from the posterior segment. There has been no drop or slip of IOFB in the vitreous during removal. Posterior chamber IOL served as scaffold during IOFB removal from anterior chamber. Conclusion: The IOL scaffold maneuver has shown to prevent slippage by acting as a barrier between the IOFB and the vitreous. The IOL scaffold maneuver has shown to prevent slippage by acting as a barrier between the IOFB and the vitreous.