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His unique and extensive training and skills have enabled him to provide the highest quality in eye surgery and care for years now. In many patients suffering from congenital glaucoma, the cornea is not clear enough to visualize the anterior chamber angle. All optometrists must complete a multi part national board examination and practical skills assessment before becoming licensed. Intraocular surgery, both anterior and posterior segment procedures, were difficult and limited due to the preset pivot point on the da Vinci instrument arms being external to the eye.

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Publisher: Springer; 2010 edition (December 28, 2009)

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