New microincision surgery system earns high marks

Charters, Lynda
July 2007
Ophthalmology Times;7/1/2007, Vol. 32 Issue 13, p45
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The article presents information on a study on a new microincision cataract surgery system, [MICS] Stellaris Vision Enhancement System from Bausch & Lomb Inc. The study was conducted by Elizabeth A. Davis, a partner, Minnesota Eye Consultants, and adjunct clinical assistant professor, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis with Terry Devine. They subjectively evaluated the performance of the system during procedures and rated it as acceptable, or not acceptable, not applicable.


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