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Video Recording and Light Intensity Change Analysis During Cataract Surgery Using an Animal Model: An Attempt to Capture the Patient’s Perspective

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Title: Video Recording and Light Intensity Change Analysis During Cataract Surgery Using an Animal Model: An Attempt to Capture the Patient’s Perspective
Author: Spencer Fuller, MSIV, University of California San Diego School of Medicine UCSD
Date: 7/19/2017
Keywords/Main Subjects: Cataract Surgery; Patient’s perspective; Perspective;
Diagnosis: Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency 
Brief Description: To use an animal model to attempt to characterize the patient’s intra-operative visual experience from the macula.
Format: .mp4
Series: Moran Eye Center Grand Rounds
Identifier: Moran_CORE_24482
Copyright statement: Copyright 2017. Please see terms of use page for more information.