Phacoemulsification with a small incision is the most common method of removing cataracts used today. Despite its popularity it is a technique that requires great skill and much practice. This book presents a broad overview of the technique, its complications and pitfalls and pays particular attention to management of patient pain and other clinical complications that may affect the operation's success.Hydrodissection and rotation of nucleus in-the-bag Viscoelastic assisted pressure at 12 oa#39;clock by hookshaped needle position filled syringe. We enter in the A/C injecting visco to make it deep. A downward pressure by hook and visco isanbsp;...
|Title||:||Small Incision Cataract Surgery (Manual Phaco)|
|Publisher||:||JP Medical Ltd - 2010-03-01|