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Expert Insights on Small-gauge Retina Surgery

Richard S. Kaiser, MD, sits down with Gaurav K. Shah, MD, to discuss the evolution of ophthalmic instrumentation from 20 gauge to 23 gauge to 25 gauge and now 27 gauge. Dr. Shah notes that for him the fluidics, the cutter, and the instruments in 27-gauge surgery allow for complete control not possible with 23-gauge surgery. He discusses the surgical benefits of small-gauge instruments through his personal experience, including use in retina detachments, vitreous hemorrhages, ILM peels, and more.

Retina • Small-gauge instrumentation

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