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FCI Masterka® and World Premiere of LacriJet® | AAO 2020 | Industry Showcase Presentation

16 December 2020 in Oculoplasty

Industry Showcase Presented by FCI during AAO Virtual Meeting.

William R. Katowitz, MD presents Masterka® study results and Reynaldo M. Javate, MD, FICS presents Masterka® experience and the upcoming world premiere LacriJet® "pushed" monocanalicular stent. LacriJet® is FCI latest and exclusive preloaded & self-retaining monocanalicular nasolacrimal intubation indicated for epiphora, congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction and canalicular laceration.

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Save the date! #AAO2020 Virtual Meeting

3 November 2020 in Retina, Dry Eye, Oculoplasty

We are delighted to be part of the 1st AAO Virtual Meeting on November 13-15, 2020.

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Join our FCI Ophthalmic Community on EyeTube now!

24 July 2020 in Retina, Oculoplasty

EyeTube is the leading video platform dedicated for ophthalmologists and medical professional alike where you will find thousands of surgical and didactic videos that covers all subspecialties of Ophthalmology.

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Welcome to AFSOPRS

16 July 2020 in Oculoplasty

AFSOPRS: The African society of ophthalmic plastic and Reconstructive Surgery was founded in 2006 to create a scientific space which brings together African oculoplastic surgeons for discussions and exchange of experience.

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Oculoplastics Video Month

3 June 2020 in Oculoplasty
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1st Preloaded & Self-Retaining Monocanalicular Nasolacrimal Intubation

29 November 2018 in Oculoplasty

LacriJet® is FCI latest and exclusive 1st preloaded & self-retaining monocanalicular nasolacrimal intubation indicated for epiphora, congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction and canalicular laceration.

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New autostable Ritleng® intubation: Ritleng®+

16 May 2018 in Oculoplasty

Ritleng®+ is FCI latest autostable bicanalicular nasolacrimal intubation indicated for epiphora, canalicular pathologies, congenital lacrimal duct obstruction and dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR).

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Masterka® article in Journal Français d'Ophtalmologie

14 May 2018 in Oculoplasty

"Tearing and conjunctivitis in children are commonly due to lacrimal drainage system obstruction. Congenital nasolacrimal obstruction is a common pathology treated by probing with or without silicone stent insertion, depending upon the age of the child. The silicone stent is self-retaining and placed for at least one month. Masterka® is a recent version of Monoka®, which may lead to the same surgical complications, such as intralacrimal migration."

Journal Français d'Ophtalmologie, Volume 41, Issue 3, March 2018, Pages 206-211

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