Combined phacoemulsification and lens implantation with vitreous surgery in macular disorders
Combined surgery became safer during the last years, because surgical techniques and new materials reached a high level of development in anterior and posterior segment surgery. Patients with cataract in combination with vitreoretinal diseases, especially with macular disorders, profit from these improvements.
KeywordsCataract Surgery Macular Hole Intraocular Lens Combine Surgery Vitreous Surgery
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