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Phacoemulsification

Author by: Dr Aasuri Murali Krishnamachary
Year of Publication: June, 2001

This video on phacoemulsification presents the surgical technique in two volumes. Volume One includes Sclerocorneal and Clear Corneal Tunnel Wound Construction, Wound Enlargement, Capsulorhexis, Sideport, Hydroprocedures and some Nuclear Emulsification Procedures.

Volume Two continues from the Stop and Chop Technique and moves on to explain Epinucleus Removal, Cortical Removal, Sub-incisional Cortex Removal, PC Polishing, implantation of non-foldable lens and foldable lens.

TRT: Volume 1: 34:28 minutes; Volume 2: 28:28 minutes



Phacoemulsification: Principles & Techniques of Nuclear Removal

Author by: Dr.Aasuri Murali Krishnamachary, Dr.Bela Kamboj
Year of Publication: December, 2003

Phacoemulsification permits the removal of Cataract through a relatively small incision, by a combination of emulsification and aspiration. This two-volume video film on nuclear procedures presents the basic and advanced techniques of nuclear emulsification for different types of cataract. You will learn to handle soft, moderate, hard and white cataracts. The ‘Shell Technique’, recently described by Dr Aasuri to manage the hard nucleus, is also demonstrated. The steps are shown as animation for better understanding.

Duration: Volume 1: 41:12 minutes; Volume 2: 45:18 minutes



Four Musketeers to the rescue- Small things can make a BIG difference! Use of Iris Hooks in Small Pupil Phacoemulsification Surgery

Author by: Dr.Rohit Khanna, Dr.Srivalli Kaza
Year of Publication: March 2008

With advances in technology, phacoemulsification has now become the preferred method of cataract surgery. But on this route, surgeons are faced with new challenges regarding certain situations like deep set eyes, shallow AC, small pupil, subluxated cataracts, harder cataracts, post-vitrectomy eyes etc. This video deals with one such difficult situation-a small pupil. Various methods described in literature are reviewed and the use of iris retractors is demonstrated vividly with the aid of animations for critical steps. It brings to the forefront the difficulties encountered during phacoemulsification in such a scenario and proceeds to give valuable practical tips to overcome the same.

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