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Modular platform user-friendly

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Multiple features of a new modular platform for non-contact retinal visualization make it a welcome addition for vitreoretinal surgeons.

Nashville, TN-Multiple features of a new modular platform for non-contact retinal visualization (Merlin Surgical System, Volk) make it a welcome addition for vitreoretinal surgeons, said Brandon G. Busbee, MD.

In addition, the arm has a swing mechanism that allows the entire lens positioning unit to be moved completely out of the surgical field, improving access to the eye during parts of the procedure where posterior segment viewing is not needed.

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