• A new device was developed for performing outpatient fluid-gas exchanges in vitrectomized eyes. This device allows the operator to hold his needle in position steadily with less effort and fatigue. It is particularly useful for fluid-gas exchanges in phakic eyes where precise needle positioning is required.
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