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Modified technique for epinucleus removal in posterior polar cataract.

The authors describe a novel technique for the removal of the sub-incisional epinucleus in cases of posterior polar cataracts. After the removal of the nucleus, the epinucleus is removed from the quadrant opposite to the section by aspiration using the phaco probe. Then hydrodissection is performed to dislodge the sub-incisional epinucleus, which is aspirated out. The rate of posterior capsular rupture decreased considerably with this technique because it reduced the manipulations required.

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