H B Chittenden

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AIMS To determine whether topical anaesthesia in small incision self-sealing phacoemulsification cataract surgery provides comparable anaesthesia to sub-Tenon's infiltration. METHODS Thirty five patients undergoing small incision self-sealing phacoemulsification cataract surgery were allocated randomly to receive topical anaesthesia with 0.4%(More)
PURPOSE To compare two methods of conjunctival closure in phacoemulsification. SETTING Frimley Park Hospital NHS Trust, Surrey, England. METHODS This prospective, randomized study comprised 40 patients (40 eyes) who had phacoemulsification via superior axis scleral tunnels and implantation of a poly(methyl methacrylate) intraocular lens with a 5.5 mm(More)
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