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Journal Français d'Ophtalmologie
Volume 40, n° 9
pages 744-750 (novembre 2017)
Doi : 10.1016/j.jfo.2017.02.013
Received : 1 December 2016 ;  accepted : 8 February 2017
Central corneal thickness assessment after phacoemulsification: Subluxation versus Divide-and-Conquer
Souffrance cornéenne comparée pour deux modes de phacoémulsification : subluxation versus divide-and-conquer
 

Figure 1




Figure 1 : 

Subluxation technique. I. During hydrodissection, push water to rotate the nucleus up, to place it into the pupillary area. II. Phacoemulsification of the part going over the pupillary area in the anterior chamber. III. Using the ultrasonic probe rotate the half of 180°. IV Phacoemulsificate the remaining half of nucleus.


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Figure 2 : 

Divide-and-conquer technique. I. Start a first wide groove. II. Rotate the nucleus. III. Make a second wide groove to create 4 quadrants. IV. Place instruments deep in the groove to crack and separate the 4 nuclear pieces. V. Phacoemulsification of the pieces one by one.

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