Yesterday was video number 1600 which means that we have featured a new video/post every day for the past 1600 days! To celebrate that, this is our guest surgeon’s 1600th cataract case and there are some great learning points. The surgery is done differently that I would do it and that’s the beauty of it: each surgeon puts his own flare into the procedure. In particular, the incision is hydrated just after the phaco probe is removed from the eye and the cortex is removed with the I/A probe after the IOL is inserted. And it works very well and the result is excellent and very efficient. While you may not perform cataract surgery in exactly this way, I am certain that you will learn from this video and you’ll enjoy watching it too.