Friday, 2 November 2018

Post It Notes (Dave's Weekly Update #259)

Hi, Everybody!

Heeeeeere's Dave:

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1 comment:

Steve said...

As pertains to cataract surgery, the 'technique' of using a sharp, narrow diameter instrument (such as porcupine quill) to push the cataract out of its location behind the iris dates back to pre-historic times.

And it wouldn't surprise me if this is still used by people groups with no access to modern medical care.

Modern cataract surgery uses a technique which emulsifies the cataract while at the same time pulling out the emulsion, and then injecting a focusing lens in the voided space.

(yeah, there's a lot more to it than that, but a straightforward cataract surgery takes less than 10 minutes with a skilled surgeon)