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Eye 4 Anterior Vitrectomy is ideal for practicing , demonstrating , and simulating operations known as Phacoemulsification, I&A , IOL implantation and Anterior Vitrectomy.
With the additional material you can simulate continues prolapsing of vitreous after a rupture of the posterior capsule.
With the Dye for Vitreous you can then easily perform the anterior vitrectomy.
What Phacoemulsification is:
Phacoemulsification is a modern cataract surgery in which the eyes internal lens is emulsified with an ultrasonic handpiece and aspirated from the eye. Aspirated fluids are replaced with irrigation of balanced salt solution to maintain the anterior chamber.
Most Anterior Vitrectomy procedure are necessary when :
As most vitreous prolapse in cataract surgery occurs after a rupture of the posterior capsule, the most important step in management is to recognize that capsular rupture has occurred. Early recognition of a capsular tear may limit the size of the rupture and the amount of vitreous prolapse. Posterior capsular tears occur at the highest rate toward the end of phacoemulsification, when few pieces of nucleus remain in the bag; during irrigation and aspiration (I&A) of cortical material; or during capsular polishing.
Also you will get more realistic results by lubricating the phaco silicone tip prior when you use it with water oil or OVD.