Capsulotomy



capsulotomy

capsulotomy cap·su·lot·o·my (kāp’sə-lŏt’ə-mē)
n.
Incision into a capsule, especially that of the crystalline lens of the eye, as to remove cataracts.
Historical Examples

capsulotomy is the division of the opaque capsular membrane left after a cataract has been removed.
A System of Operative Surgery, Volume IV (of 4) Various

Although the operation of discission for after-cataract (capsulotomy) is simple it is not to be undertaken lightly.
A System of Operative Surgery, Volume IV (of 4) Various

capsulotomy is best performed by artificial light under cocaine.
A System of Operative Surgery, Volume IV (of 4) Various

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