Course 19-303  Lords of the Rings and Hooks: New Challenges

Sunday, April 19, 2015: 1:00 PM-2:30 PM
Room 6C (San Diego Convention Center)

Course Description
Course will highlight indications, limitations, and techniques for various new rings, hooks, and other devices to overcome challenging situations in cataract surgery. Devices, including rings (endocapsular/segments/pupil expansion) and hooks (iris/capsular), and their correct technique will be demonstrated in challenging situations such as subluxated cataract, small pupils, floppy iris, zonular dehiscence, and aniridia. Video-based course will include a panel discussion and audience interaction.

Gaurav Luthra, MS
Boris E. Malyugin, MD, PhD , David F. Chang, MD , Suven Bhattacharjee, MS, DO , Robert J. Cionni, MD , Ike K. Ahmed, MD and Mahipal S. Sachdev, MBBS, MD
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