Quiz: What happens with insufficient hydro-dissection?

What happens if the hydro-dissection is insufficient during cataract surgery? The cortex and epi-nuclear shell remain very adherent to the capsular bag and become difficult to remove. Layers will slowly peel off in a manner similar to layers of an onion. This requires more time and more fluid to be used during surgery.

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  1. thanks sir for nice tip,i just want to know that which hydrodissection canulla is mst efficient for this procedure …25G/26G/27G/24G…?

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