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Anästhesie in der Augenheilkunde

  • H. Liedtke
  • J. Radke
  • A. Stein
  • F. Wilhelm
Conference paper
Part of the Refresher Course book series (REFRESHER COUR, volume 25)

Zusammenfassung

Der weltweit am häufigsten durchgeführte operative Eingriff ist die Kataraktoperation. In Deutschland wird dieser Eingriff ca. 430.000mal im Jahr, in der überwiegenden Zahl der Fälle in Lokalanästhesie, durchgeführt. In den Entwicklungsländern ist diese mit geringem Aufwand leicht therapierbare Erkrankung immer noch Hauptgrund der Erblindung.

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  • H. Liedtke
  • J. Radke
  • A. Stein
  • F. Wilhelm

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