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Mature cataract remains challenge

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Although technology has made significant improvements in today's phacoemulsification systems, the mature cataract with a hard nucleus continues to be problematic during surgery. Prior to the modern systems that are available today, surgeons were faced with an even more difficult task when dealing with mature cataracts because of the lack of power and the degree of difficulty when emulsifying the cataract.

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