Deep sculpting key to dividing rock-hard nucleus

KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. — Deep sculpting is key to weaken a mature, rock-hard nucleus before using a division technique, according to a physician here. “Weaken that central nucleus such that the very first division plan that we’re going to create, divide, conquer or chop is done on a very weakened core nucleus, and I mean go deep,” Louis D. “Skip” Nichamin, MD, OSN Cataract Surgery Board Member, said at Kiawah Eye 2013.

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