Cincinnati, OH—The latest edition of the quarterly Video Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery features videos demonstrating complication management and other surgical highlights from around the world.
Cincinnati, OH-The latest edition of the quarterly Video Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery features videos demonstrating complication management and other surgical highlights from around the world.
Issue 3 includes information about complications involving microphacoemulsification, reverse pupillary block, and zonulopathy. Jihad Chabani, MD, of Spain, presents a "remarkable case" of capsular herniation, and Robert H. Osher, MD, of Cincinnati, OH, emphasizes the importance of proper silicone tip alignment to avoid posterior capsular rupture. A group of doctors from Brazil present several cases of Descemet's detachment, and I. Howard Fine, MD, of Eugene, OR, presents an unusual case of intraocular bleeding.
The hour-long program concludes with Issue 4, which features several award-winning films, including "Knuckle Up," by Takayuki Akahoshi, MD, of Japan and "Foldable Capsular Rings: the Next Generation" by H. Burkhard Dick, MD, of Germany; Suresh Pandey, MD, of Australia; and Liliana Werner, MD, of Salt Lake City. Dr. Osher introduces new signs in cataract surgery, while Gilbert Serpin, MD, of France, demonstrates a "loaded IOL," featuring a new anti-inflammatory delivery system.
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