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We designed and successfully used a new headrest for ophthalmic microsurgery. The symmetrical instrument has a U-shaped frame and is designed to be clamped to an operating table as a projecting extension. The headrest has been satisfactory for patients having either general or local anesthesia, and particularly useful for vitreous surgery with the Zeiss… (More)
Soon after the founding of the Microsurgical Instrumentation Research Association (MICRA) in 1971, it was decided to investigate the possible use of titanium and its alloys in the production of surgical instruments suitable for use with the microscope. After an analysis of surgical instruments available at that time, it was clear to us that modifications to… (More)