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    Leica Microsystems presents a wide variety of ophthalmic surgical microscopes for performing posterior and anterior segment ophthalmic surgeries.
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  • Science Lab Topic: Surgical Microscopy

    Surgeons describe how Proveo 8 helps to streamline their workflow

    Experienced ophthalmic surgeons explain how they perform cataract surgery with high efficiency using the Proveo 8 ophthalmic microscope from Leica Microsystems. The sophisticated illumination system…
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    "The excellent red reflex, combined with the IOL guidance system, makes it possible for me to work quickly and precisely during refractive procedures."

    Excellent red reflex as well as maximum accuracy throughout the entire procedure are required to meet these expectations. Dr. Ulrich Jung, Medical Director at the ARTEMIS eye clinic in Dillenburg,…
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    How to Manage Critical Points in Cataract or Refractive Surgery with IOL Positioning Software

    Successful refractive surgery is all about accuracy. The aim is to deliver minimal residual astigmatism so the patient can be glasses- free. Latest IOL Positioning Systems such as IOLcompass Pro…
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    Cataract and Glaucoma Surgery with the Proveo 8 Ophthalmic Microscope

    These videos recorded during cataract and glaucoma surgery using Proveo 8 demonstrate how Dr. Ahmed benefits from continuous red reflex even during phaco, due to exclusive CoAx 4 coaxial illumination,…
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  • Science Lab Topic: Surgical Microscopy

    How a State-of-the-Art Microscope Helps to Optimize the Workflow in Cataract Surgery

    Typical ophthalmic procedures require specific levels of light, focus and magnification in each phase of surgery. Changing quickly between these settings is the prerequisite for an uninterrupted and…
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    The Impact of a Stable Red Reflex and Enhanced Focus in Cataract Surgery

    In cataract surgery, ophthalmologists rely on the red reflex which provides ideal contrast to visualize the capsule, lens and anterior chamber structure. A new illumination technology in the latest of…
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    Cataract Surgery with CoAx4 Illumination

    A stable red reflex is one of the most important features of an ophthalmic surgical microscope for cataract surgery. It’s the red reflex that makes the structure of the lens visible and thus makes for…
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    FusionOptics in Neurosurgery and Ophthalmology – for a Larger 3D Area in Focus

    Neurosurgeons and ophthalmologists deal with delicate structures, deep or narow cavities and tiny structures with vitally important functions. A clear, three-dimensional view on the surgical field is…
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