Robert Osher, MD, discusses the myriad problems that can occur suddenly and unexpectedly during cataract surgery. In this fourth volume of the Complications During Cataract Surgery DVD series, Dr. Osher shares management approaches gleaned from more than 30 years of performing and filming surgical techniques. Click the image below "View Samples" to watch a sample video clip.
- Complications caused by anesthesia, patient movement and positive pressure
- Injury to the zonules and Descemet's membrane
- Anterior chamber hemorrhage
- IOL mishaps
- And more
2012, 74 minutes
Executive editor: Robert H. Osher, MD
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