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How to Identify Pseudoexfoliation

by Alan Crandall, M.D.

An excellent presentation of a case of pseudoexfoliation, and how this condition can require modification of technique. Dr. Crandall provides numerous pearls as he proceeds through a case with zonular laxity

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Issue #3, November 2011

  • Video Introduction

    Introduction by Richard J. Mackool, M.D.

  • Surgical Technique

    Learn to Chop A step by step approach to Dr Mackool’s chopping technique using a big ball chopper. Other pearls...

  • Surgical Technique

    Converting to Small Incision Surgery Dr. Mackool discusses transitioning to smaller incisions. Topics include wound size,...

  • Advanced Surgical Technique

    The Severe Blepharospastic Patient The topic is management of severe blepharospasm and Bell’s phenomenon during...

  • Guest Surgeon

    Alan Crandall, M.D.: How to Identify Pseudoexfoliation An excellent presentation of a case of pseudoexfoliation, and how...













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Dr Richard Mackool is an internationally recognized expert in the field of ocular microsurgery. He is an inventor of numerous instruments and techniques for cataract removal and IOL designs, has published hundreds of papers and several textbooks, lectured throughout the world, and surgeons from every continent have travelled to New York to attend courses conducted by him. He has performed more than 50,000 ophthalmic procedures, specializing in cataract-implant surgery, corneal refractive and transplant surgery, and vitreous microsurgery. His widely-read monthly column, PhacoTips℠, appeared in Ocular Surgery News for 20 years.