Phacoemulsification for Complex Cases

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Phacoemulsification for Complex Cases

When it comes to wrestling with complex cataract cases, one might say I have spent quite a bit of time in the ring. I encounter dense, hypermature white, black, or deep bro…

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The pursuit of perfection demands that we be open-minded and willing to take risks and challenge ourselves to learn everything we can in our field of expertise. Let us paus…

 

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