In Favor of FLACS
The case for laser in complicated cataract surgery
Boris Malyugin | | Opinion
Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) can still sometimes be controversial, with many surgeons failing to adopt this technology in routine clinical practice. I would argue that this is an oversight. In my experience, FLACS has proven to be a useful tool in both complicated and uncomplicated cataract cases.
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