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Van Medical Journal
Objective: To compare clinical outcomes of cataract surgeries with 2.4 mm and 2.8 mm clear corneal incisions. Materials and Methods: This retrospective study comprised 2 groups of cataract surgery cases with different wound lenghts of group 1; 2.4 mm and group 2; 2.8 mm. We evaluated 80 eyes of 72 patients with 3-month follow-ups. Procedures carried out using the temporal self-sealing incision technique. Measured intraoperative parameters included phacoemulsification time, mean cumulativedoi:10.5505/vtd.2018.70894 fatcat:pop7ttsc5bekji4dmeqf4twcqi