ERISOPHAKE

A manual ophthalmic surgical instrument is a nonpowered, handheld device intended to aid or perform ophthalmic surgical procedures. This generic type… (More)
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1948-1968
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1969
1969
  • D. P. Greaves
  • Transactions of the ophthalmological societies of…
  • 1969
 
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1962
1962
IN 1953 I described an erisophake (Esposito, 1953), which I had devised in 1950, and which I had been, and have been, using since… (More)
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1961
1961
  • T Krwawicz
  • The British journal of ophthalmology
  • 1961
THE technical improvements recently introduced into cataract surgery, and especially the application of enzymatic zonulolysis… (More)
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1961
1961
BEFORE the introduction of enzymatic zonulysis by Joaquin Barraquer (1958), the normal procedure of senile lens extraction was… (More)
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1961
1961
  • Wallace Rubin
  • Transactions - American Academy of Ophthalmology…
  • 1961
 
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1959
1959
I AM unfortunately not one of those who can say "I always do an intracapsular extraction", or even that I always try an… (More)
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1954
1954
IN 1951, Dr. David Harrington of the Division of Ophthalmology, University of California, San Francisco, sent me one of his… (More)
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1954
1954
 
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1951
1951
Today the erisophake offers the most successful means for the intracapsular extraction of cataracts. The advantages of this… (More)
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1948
1948
 
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