Patient had recurrent vitreous hemorrhages and the IOL was dislocating posteriorly. It was decided that there was a high risk of retinal detachment therefore surgery was indicated. The vision was fluctuating and the IOL was moving out of the optical axis. She also has Fuch’s Corneal Distrophy making extensive IOL removal surgery higher risk of corneal decompensation. She also has pseudoexfoliation with glaucoma therefore the least amount of surgery would be the best solution therefore iris sutured IOL was done. Here is the IOL suturing video in 11 minutes for your comments.