Novel three-port microincision technique enables safe cataract surgery with smaller incisions

Cimberle, Michela
June 2010
Ocular Surgery News;6/25/2010, Vol. 28 Issue 12, following p6
Academic Journal
The article focuses on a presentation by ophthalmologist Ehud Assia concerning the three-port microincision technique, also known as the Tri-MICS. The process of performing this technique and its parameters are explained. It talks about the advantages of using the Tri-MICS which include a lower rate of endothelial cell loss, lesser corneal burns, and smaller incision size as compared to other techniques.


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