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Capsulorhexis

Dr. Gimbel shares tips on making anterior and posterior capsulorhexes in several challenging cases.

Comments (15)

dr gimbel thank you for your excellent teaching. tom oetting

tom oetting (111 months ago)

Thanks Dr Fine for your wonderful videos. I use Trypan blue under air, it avoids corneal endothelium staining (althogh trypan blue is safe, it is always better to avoid expopsition of endothelium to any substance) and you do not need to change the viscoelastic substance. I pour drops of Trypan blue on the capsule, under the air bublle, then I wash the anterior chamber with BSS, and the I fill it wit visco...it works just fine!

Colombian (114 months ago)

thank you sir

dr.rajesh (115 months ago)

Thanks...Very good...help me a lot!God bless you!

Rafael (117 months ago)

well done you gave us the clear concept of phaco

awan (117 months ago)

perfect techniques realy will help me

dr marmar (119 months ago)

Thanks Dr Gimbel for this remarkable video

Fakhar (120 months ago)

very brave approach for Posterior capsule ccc.

ophth_iq (121 months ago)

francisco

francisco (121 months ago)

Thank you Sir, verry verry good.

ivt4amd (122 months ago)

Thank you Dr. Gimbel

awerr (123 months ago)

v.good

baipap (123 months ago)

Marking the cornea with a 6mm optical zone marker will help you make a perfectly sized capsulorrhexis.

CARL (123 months ago)

thank you.

sceye (123 months ago)