alexa Abstract | Intratunnel Phacofracture: A New Nucleus Management Technique of MSICS

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The most commonly practiced MSICS techniques are Blumenthal, visco-expression, irrigating wire vectis and fish hook needle. These techniques require a 7 to 9 mm large incision, which leads to more astigmatism. Intratunnel phaco fracture is a new technique innovated by us, where the lens nucleus is broken inside the sub 6 mm sclerocorneal tunnel. We are going to demonstrate this technique in this article.

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Author(s): Sudhir Singh


MSICS, Intratunnel, Phacofracture, Outpatient Surgery,Implants Surgery,Fibroid Surgery

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