Many residents choose divide-and-conquer as the first nucleo-fractis technique to learn during residency training. This technique has been featured here before and you can see me performing it via this link. This technique is easier to learn than phaco chop and there tends to be more working room to remove the quadrants due to the sculpted grooves. The resident in this video does a good job and we can learn a lot from a real-time, step-by-step analysis and critique.
Click below to watch and learn from this resident video: