Better Exams, Better Surgeries

December 2002
Review of Ophthalmology;Dec2002, Vol. 9 Issue 12, p60
Trade Publication
Presents equipment for ophthalmic surgery. Introduction of the second-generation diagnostic imaging device from Heidelberg Engineering; Varieties of Oculight Symphony multi-wave-length laser delivery system from Iridex; Design of the IOL-holding forceps from Rhein Medical.


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