IC-221 Learning Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery: The Aravind Way | ASCRS
Session
IC-221 Learning Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery: The Aravind Way
April 2022
Meeting: 2022 ASCRS Annual Meeting
Course Instructor: Geoffrey C. Tabin, MD
Co-Instructors: Rengaraj Venkatesh, MD, Kannusamy Veena, MD, Vellam R Vivekanandan, MD, Kapil Mishra, MD
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Course Description
This lecture, video, and panel discussion course consists of an overview of Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery (MSICS), taught by expert surgeons from both the United States and India. Topics include: Why MSICS in the era of Phacoemulsification, Basic Steps, Advanced and Complicated Cases, Literature supporting MSICS, and Quality Assurance. This course is aimed at ophthalmic surgeons and trainees of all experience levels.

Educational Objective
To understand the utility of MSICS and consider adding the technique to their armamentarium as a safe, effective cataract extraction procedure.

2022 ASCRS Annual Meeting Instructional Courses

This 1.5 hour Instructional Course was recorded at the 2022 ASCRS Annual Meeting in Washington, DC on April 22-25. 

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