microincision

mi·cro·in·cis·ion

(mī'krō-in-sizh'ŭn),
An incision made with the aid of a microscope.

mi·cro·in·ci·sion

(mī'krō-in-sizh'ŭn)
An incision made with the aid of a microscope.
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Limited Tenders are invited for procurement of medicines out of DGLP Fund: MICROINCISION 2.
Evaluation of early corneal endothelial cell loss in bimanual microincision cataract surgery (MICS) in comparision with standard phacoemulsification.
1,2,3,4,5) Microincision cataract surgery (MICS) can be performed with either microcoaxial or biaxial phacoemulsication.
They have state of the art operating theatres and facilities for advanced diagnostics in all specialties of eye care including Laser-assisted and Microincision Cataract Surgery, most recent procedures for refractive error correction, advanced glaucoma management, comprehensive treatment for vitreoretinal disorders, pediatric & squint management, uveitis, oculoplasty procedures and custom made ocular prosthesis.
Mediante una microincision en el munon de la ACE se introdujo un cateter de poliestireno PE50, previamente cargado con 50 [micro]L que contenian los microcoagulos resuspendidos en 100 [micro]L, de NaCl para un volumen total de 150 [micro]L; se avanzo cranealmente a lo largo de ia ACI hacia la bifurcacion en arteria cerebral media (ACM) y arteria cerebral anterior (ACA) a cuyo nivel se inyectaron los microcoagulos, para luego ligar alrededor del munon de la ACE en el punto de insercion del cateter, con una sutura de polipropileno 4/0 (Prolene[R]), manteniendolo en posicion durante la embolizacion arterial.
The science and art; microincision cataract surgery (BIMICS & COMICS).
que junto a Sergio GarciaMarruz Badia, hijo (1919 1982) y Humberto Sinobas del Olmo (19151989) dio a conocer una nueva tecnica con microincision baja estetica longitudinal en 1951 (1).
Empire microIncision Needle Electrodes[TM] for precision surgery are manufactured from proprietary surgical metal with a polished, tapered tip.
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A 27-gauge instrument system for transconjunctival sutureless microincision vitrectomy surgery.