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Surgical Gonio Lens

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For micro-invasive glaucoma surgery and goniotomy procedures, Volk Optical Inc.’s Surgical Gonio lens provides clear anterior chamber angle images.

With 1.2× image magnification and a low profile, the lens’s proprietary high-quality optics deliver crisp views and render the lens well suited for pediatric postoperative gonioscopy. It provides high-resolution views of trabecular meshwork.

The lens is compatible with both steam and gas sterilization and constructed to withstand repeated sterilization cycles without image degradation over time. Instead of left- or right-hand-specific versions of the lens, the company designed a universal positioning handle that moves to accommodate left-hand, right-hand and center positions.

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Dec 2012

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