Clinical Experience with a New-Generation Ophthalmic Surgical Microscope for Enhanced Visualization of the Entire Ocular Surface | ASCRS
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Film 76006: Clinical Experience with a New-Generation Ophthalmic Surgical Microscope for Enhanced Visualization of the Entire Ocular Surface
July 2021
Meeting: 2021 ASCRS Annual Meeting
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Film ID: 76006
Presenting Author: Lawrence Woodard, MD 
Producers: Patricia Franco, MD
Category: Cataract/Implant Surgery

A new nearly collimated beam microscope provides a bright, stable red reflex, plus enhanced depth of field for precise intraoperative visualization. We present anterior segment surgical cases demonstrating that this new microscope enhances the surgeon’s experience by providing better ocular surface illumination and improved contrast for intraocular visualization, versus a focused beam microscope.

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