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Lens Replacement Eye Surgery- Extracapsular Technique - Medical Animation

 

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Lens Replacement Eye Surgery- Extracapsular Technique - Medical Animation
Cataract - Lens Replacement Eye Surgery. This 3D medical animation shows the extracapsular removal of a cloudy lens, and the placement of an artificial lens in a patient with a cataract.

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