Phacoemulsification Cataract Surgery without Viscoelastic Substance

@inproceedings{Roberto2017PhacoemulsificationCS,
  title={Phacoemulsification Cataract Surgery without Viscoelastic Substance},
  author={B. Roberto},
  year={2017}
}
The cataract surgeries are widely performed around the world which are relevant to restore and maintain good sigh over the years [1]. This surgery take place into the anterior chamber of the eye and viscoleastics substance (VS) improves their outcome, because they could be useful to maintain stability and produce protection for the corneal endothelial cells as different publications shows [2-8]. Since 1970’s, VS has begin to progress and today they are popular and indispensable for integral… Expand

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