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The removal of tissue changes the shape of the cornea so that light rays can focus on or closer to the retina, which can improve your vision. This robotic instrument was constructed with a pair of spherical guides, allowing x-axis and y-axis planar motion as well as the ability to push and pull, which allowed for z-axis movement with 5 degrees of freedom. The catheter is then removed and a suture is placed within the canal and tightened. A 39-year-old healthy male reported intermittent episodes of "objects bouncing up and down" in his vision in his left eye lasting for seconds to minutes for the previous two months. Basal Cell Carcinoma, Morpheaform subtype: 78-year-old male with complaints of enlarging Left Lower Lid lesion.

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