Barraquer

Bar·ra·quer

(bah-rah-kār'),
Ignacio, Spanish ophthalmologist, 1884-1965. See: Barraquer method.
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The history of laser eye surgery goes back to the work of Professor Barraquer of Columbia who concluded that the key to altering the refractive status of the eye was changing the curvature of the cornea by adding or removing corneal tissue while preserving corneal layers.
Rodriguez Martin MaC, Conejos Alegre C, Fuenmayor Diaz A, Mirada, Ariet C, Sanz Izquierdo E, Torruella Barraquer C, Vela Ballestero A.
Winston Churchill, regular guest Sir Peter Ustinov and renowned Spanish eye surgeon Professor Barraquer each have a suite named in their honour.
This ground-breaking study takes a fresh look at the background to the civil war, at the early role of the Bishops, the involvement of the Vatican, the nature of religious persecution by Republican forces, Franco's relations with Rome, attempts at reconciliation, the role of the Basques, the role of Cardinal Vidal i Barraquer and a final look at the Church after Franco's victory.
The biggest problem at the beginning was that the lathe was set up in his house, three kilometers away from the operating theater "My father used to perform the first part of the operation and then, with the patient still under anesthetic, jump into his car, drive home to turn the frozen cornea and then return to reattach it to the patient," says Barraquer Jr.
Big Frank was slowly losing the sight in his right eye at the age of 19 before the surgery by Professor Jose Barraquer in South America.
In 2007 he received the Barraquer Award, the highest award from the largest society of refractive surgeons.
Rodriguez Martin MC, Conejos Alegre C, Fuenmayor Diaz A, Mirada Ariet C, Sanz Izquierdo E, Torruella Barraquer C, Vela Ballestero A.
He has given several named lectureships, including the Binkhorst Lecture at the American Academy of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting, the Barraquer Lecture at the American Academy of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting, the Lans Lecture at the International Society of Refractive Surgery Annual Meeting, the Ronald G.
His previous honors include the ISRS Barraquer and Lans Lecture Awards and the Eye Bank Association of America Paton and NACT awards.
The suit contends that MORIA's design of the Carriazo Barraquer (CB) microkeratome infringes the patent issued to Ruiz and Lenchig.