Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, March 31st, 2006
Vasileios Peponis and colleagues at Louisiana State University explained, "Corneal incisions were made on pig eyes using the Fugo Blade. The histologic characteristics of these cuts were then evaluated. Similar cuts were also performed in rabbit corneas in vivo and compared with cuts performed with mechanical blades. The rabbits were euthanized, and the corneas were obtained for histopathologic examination 14 days after surgery."
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