Many readers have asked for pearls in getting the nucleus up, part way out of the capsular bag, and in the iris plane so that the pupil holds the cataract. This allows easier access to remove the nucleus and also keeps the iris away from the phaco tip. This video shows how I use the 27g cannula to rock the nucleus and bring it up. A great surgical pearl that you should learn.
Published by Uday Devgan MD
Professor Uday Devgan MD is a Los Angeles Cataract Surgeon who authors CataractCoach.com to teach the best techniques of Cataract Surgery to Eye Surgeons from around the world. View all posts by Uday Devgan MD
Nice Technique Sir.
In case of Dense Nuclear sclerosis , using same method ,
After doing first chop , is it better to push the heminucleus again in capsular bag ?
After that complete the phaco as we routinely do.
It will reduce risk of corneal endothelial damage?