Viscoless microincision cataract surgery

  • G. Sallet
  • Published 2008 in Clinical ophthalmology


A cataract surgery technique is described in which incisions, continuous circular capsulorhexis and hydrodissection are made without the use of any viscoelastics. Two small incisions are created through which the different parts of the procedure can take place, maintaining a stable anterior chamber under continuous irrigation. Subsequent bimanual… (More)

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