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CATARACT REMOVAL TOOL AND PRESSURE REGULATOR COMPONENTS

CATARACT REMOVAL TOOL - PRESSURE REGULATOR COMPONENTS

CATARACT REMOVAL TOOL - PRESSURE REGULATOR COMPONENTS

CATARACT REMOVAL TOOL - PRESSURE REGULATOR COMPONENTS

CATARACT REMOVAL TOOL - PRESSURE REGULATOR COMPONENTS

CATARACT REMOVAL TOOL AND PRESSURE REGULATOR COMPONENTS

TIP 3A CATARACT SURGICAL INSTRUMENT

COMPONENTS OF CATARACT REMOVAL INSTRUMENT

CATARACT REMOVAL HARDWARE

COMPONENTS OF CATARACT REMOVAL INSTRUMENT

COMPONENTS OF CATARACT REMOVAL INSTRUMENT

COMPONENTS OF CATARACT REMOVAL INSTRUMENT

COMPONENTS OF CATARACT REMOVAL INSTRUMENT

COMPONENTS OF CATARACT REMOVAL INSTRUMENT

COMPONENTS OF CATARACT REMOVAL INSTRUMENT

COMPONENTS OF CATARACT REMOVAL INSTRUMENT

COMPONENTS OF CATARACT REMOVAL INSTRUMENT

COMPONENTS OF CATARACT REMOVAL INSTRUMENT

COMPONENTS OF CATARACT REMOVAL INSTRUMENT

CATARACT EYE SURGERY INSTRUMENT

Dental Technician 2nd Class (DT2) Eric Eclavea compares a prosthetic left eye he made with the right eye of 15-year-old Aida Balunso of Albay Province. Her left eye became infected after cataract surgery, and had to be removed, Eclavea is a maxillofacial prosthetic technician in the dental lab on board the Navy's newest hospital ship USNS MERCY (T-AH 19), which is on a five-month training and humanitarian cruise to the Philippines and other South Pacific ports

Dental Technician 2nd Class (DT2) Eric Eclavea inserts a prosthetic eye into the socket of 15-year-old Aida Balunso of Albay Province. Her left eye became infeced after cataract surgery, and had to be removed. Eclavea is a maxillofacial prosthetic technician in the dental lab on board the Navy's newest hospital ship USNS MERCY (T-AH 19)

EYE CATARACT

An ophthalmologist and medical technicians prepare to remove a cataract from a patient in an operating room aboard the hospital ship USNS MERCY (T-AH-19). The ship is visiting various ports in the Philippines during the first phase of its five-month humanitarian medical service and training mission. While in the Philippines, U.S. Navy, Army and Air Force medical personnel embarked aboard the MERCY are providing treatment for indigent Filipinos, both ashore and aboard ship

An ophthalmologist uses microsurgical equipment to remove a cataract from a patient in an operating room aboard the hospital ship USNS MERCY (T-AH-19). The ship is visiting various ports in the Philippines during the first phase of its five-month humanitarian medical service and training mission. While in the Philippines, U.S. Navy, Army and Air Force medical personnel embarked aboard the MERCY are providing treatment for indigent Filipinos, both ashore and aboard ship

An ophthalmologist and medical technicians prepare to remove a cataract from a patient in an operating room aboard the hospital ship USNS MERCY (T-AH-19). The ship is visiting various ports in the Philippines during the first phase of its five-month humanitarian medical service and training mission. While in the Philippines, U.S. Navy, Army and Air Force medical personnel embarked aboard the MERCY are providing treatment for indigent Filipinos, both ashore and aboard ship

An ophthalmologist and medical technicians prepare to remove a cataract from a patient in an operating room aboard the hospital ship USNS MERCY (T-AH 19). The ship is visiting various ports in the Philippines during the first phase of its five-month humanitarian medical service and training mission. While in the Philippines, US Navy, Army and Air Force medical personnel embarked aboard the MERCY are providing treatment for indigent Filipinos, both ashore and aboard ship

An ophthalmologist and medical technicians remove a cataract from a patient in an operating room aboard the hospital ship USNS MERCY (T-AH 19). The ship is visiting various ports in the Philippines during the first phase of its five-month humanitarian medical service and training mission. While in the Philippines, US Navy, Army and Air Force medical personnel embarked aboard the MERCY are providing treatment for indigent Filipinos, both ashore and aboard ship

Dr. James Knowles, an Ophthalmologist deployed with the 377th Aerospace Medicine Squadron (AMDS), performs a post operational examination of a patient following a Cataract Extraction and Intra-Ocular Lens Implantation surgery, while deployed at Camp Dingo in Kingston, Jamaica, during a Joint Task Force (JTF) humanitarian mission conducted during Exercise NEW HORIZONS 2002

Dr. James Knowles, an Ophthalmologist deployed with the 377th Aerospace Medicine Squadron (AMDS), performs a post operational examination of a patient following a Cataract Extraction and Intra-Ocular Lens Implantation surgery, while deployed at Camp Dingo in Kingston, Jamaica, during a Joint Task Force (JTF) humanitarian mission conducted during Exercise NEW HORIZONS 2002

A local doctor performs a cataract surgery on a Filipino patient at Zamboanga Medical in Zamboanga, Republic of the Philippines. US Navy (USN) medical personnel from the USN Military Sealift Command (MSC), Hospital Ship, USNS MERCY (T-AH 19), accompanied by medical personnel from other non-governmental organizations, are working together during a scheduled five-month deployment to deliver aid and humanitarian assistance to the Pacific Islands, and Southeast Asia

A patient reaches out to thank US Navy (USN) CMDR. Jason Ross after cataract surgery on the US Military Sealift Command (MSC) Mercy Class Hospital Ship USNS MERCY (T-AH 19 during a humanitarian and civic visit.(U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST SEAMAN Mike Leporati) (Released)

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