Understanding the Dropped Nucleus

Drs. Robert Osher and James Osher investigate the causative factors for the posteriorly nucleus drop. Using cadaver eyes, the authors test hypotheses of gravity, high infusion rates, pressure gradients, mechanical, turbulence, and vitreous.

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excellent video , i was not surprised about vitreous role but what was more astonishing was that the OVD can hold up a rock. pretty pretty nice video , DR Matias Iglicki

matu (43 months ago)

Yesterday I done p/cIOL drop into the vitreous after posterior capsulorhexis. oh! not my fault, after your video I blame the vitreous!

Prasertc (57 months ago)

excelent video robert ,i have learn how the nucleous stays anteriously when we have a tear in the posterior chamber. thanks for the advice

ramiro (57 months ago)


phacoman (57 months ago)

So, what is your recommendation once the posterior capsula is compromised? Should I inject Healon and convert into a extracapsular surgery or continue with the facoemulsification? If facoemulsification perfomed, how the paremeters?

drigo2212 (57 months ago)

great job

laugfong (57 months ago)

fantastic .... very nice video.....congratulations

Bhushan (57 months ago)

marcos (57 months ago)