Pain, photophobia, and retinal and optic nerve function after phacoemulsification with intracameral lidocaine.

by M P Pang, D K Fujimoto, L R Wilkens
Ophthalmology ()


To evaluate differences in pain, photophobia, retinal and optic nerve function in test eyes given intracameral lidocaine compared with control eyes given intracameral saline after phacoemulsification under topical anesthesia.

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