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We developed a new method to retrieve a dropped nucleus via a small incision using bipolar pencils, the kebab technique, to solve the lack of small-gauge fragmatomes, and the expense and toxicity of perfluorocarbon liquids (PFCL). A total of 8 eyes in 6 patients underwent this technique and were reviewed. After vitrectomy, the dropped nucleus was lifted from the retina by adhesion with a bipolar pencil, and phacoemulsification was performed while rotating the lens. The outcome measures weredoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-127746/v1 fatcat:3koaqj7hhnffnfgi7jkusjn3um