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Papers
12/20/2009

Bilateral Phacoemulsification and IOL Implantation for the Treatment of Bilateral Congenital Cataract in a Young Lioness

This is a first report of bilateral phacoemulsification followed by IOL implantation using intraocular, acrylic, foldable lenses specifically studied for this lioness. 5 months post surgery the patient, seemed to have a normal vision and her overall behavior improved dramatically.

11/21/2008

The Healing Process at Flap Edge

Extract from 'CATARACT & REFRACTIVE SURGERY TODAY EUROPE'

11/20/2008

Corneal-Wavefront Guided LASIK for Highly Irregular Corneas

Extract from 'CATARACT & REFRACTIVE SURGERY TODAY EUROPE'

11/01/2008

Uncommon cause of juvenile cataract: Adenoma of the nonpigmented ciliary epithelium

Adenoma of the nonpigmented ciliary epithelium developed in a 36-year-old woman, causing decreased visual acuity and a total cataract in the involved eye.

04/16/2008

The Gaussian Curvature

Written by: Renzo Mattioli for RefractiveOnline, September 2007

04/07/2008

Optikon Video Overlay System

Video Overlay system provides on video screen all information regarding surgical procedure such as logos, comments and variables.

04/07/2008

Optikon Video Overlay System

Video Overlay system provides on video screen all information regarding surgical procedure such as logos, comments and variables.

02/01/2008

Modified High-Resolution ultrasound a preferred option for IOL imaging

Written by: Vincenzina Mazzeo Simonini, MD, Laura Lodi, MD

01/21/2008

The annual symposium of Taiwan Ophthalmology Society took place on December, 2007

This year’s Regional meeting of Ophthalmology of Taiwan, held in Taipei in December 2007, reinforced Clinico as a leader in Taiwanese ophthalmic supplies.

01/09/2008

Optikon Coaxial Phaco Surgery through 2.2 mm incision

In order to find a different approach to MICS, avoiding the disadvantages of bimanual technique, Optikon has now developed specific dedicated instruments, giving surgeons the chance to perform coaxial phaco emulsification through a 2.2/2.3mm incision.

12/06/2007

Truly endocapsular MICS could allow replacement of lens with gel

From Ocular Surgery News by Michela Cimberle