Phacoemulsification surgery refers to a type of cataract surgery involving a small incision in the eye, through which the opacified lens is dissolved and the contents suctioned out. A folded, artificial lens is then inserted into the existing lens bag. This is the most common surgical procedure performed in the treatment of cataracts.

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