Gas-forced infusion useful to complete phaco with anterior capsular tear

Agarwal, Amar
June 2009
Ocular Surgery News;6/10/2009, Vol. 27 Issue 11, p53
Academic Journal
The article presents information on a method for cataract surgery called gas-forced infusion for the completion of phacoemulsification following an irretrievable anterior capsular tear. The author says that this method offers advantages such as better surgeon control and case-based customization of parameters. According to the article, it was started by Sunita Agarwal in 1999 and was used to help in phakonit. It states that this procedure can be external or internal.


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