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Phaco emulsification is the most common technique used in cataract removal surgery. It requires dispersal of the content of the cataract by breaking it down using ultrasound and then sucking out the matter, leaving the clear lens capsule in place. ????Phaco Without The Phaco???? describes the latest cataract removal techniques which extract the whole lens, and the techniques for subsequent replacement lens insertion. It explores a number of techniques all aimed at the same objective ???? to safely remove the whole contents of the lens through the smallest possible incision ???? without requiring any machine other than the surgeon????s brain, hands and simple instruments. This volume contains contributions from the biggest names worldwide in eye surgery, and to quote Dr David McIntyre ????This is the book that has begged to be produced! More than any other, this volume should be required reading for ophthalmic surgeons.????
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