Kr├╝ger, Johann A.; Liu, Christopher S. C.
December 2008
Ocular Surgery News;12/10/2008, Vol. 26 Issue 23, p11
Academic Journal
Question & Answer
The article presents answers to a question related to simultaneous bilateral cataract surgery (SBCS) including cases in which SBCS should not be performed and the advantages and contradictions of SBCS.


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