Heads-up 3-D viewing system increases surgeon comfort

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. β€” A heads-up 3-D viewing system increased comfort for a surgeon performing macular hole surgeries and had noninferior results when compared with clinical outcomes of a conventional microscope, according to a speaker here.
β€œThe 3-D viewing system appears to be as safe and effective as the conventional microscope. It has the added advantage of surgeon comfort and teaching experience,” Nasiq Hasan, MD, said at the Retina World Congress.
A prospective, randomized trial included a single surgeon completing 25 macular hole surgeries using a conventional

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