We know that intumescent white cataracts have a pressurized capsular bag with the milky white, liquefied cortex material. And we have shown many different techniques for safely dealing with this, with my favorite being the double capsulorhexis technique.
This video shows a senior resident successfully performing this double capsulorhexis technique, including using micro-scissors to start the second capsulorhexis. There is great learning here for young ophthalmologists and great review for seasoned surgeons.
Click below to watch and master the double capsulorhexis technique: