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An incision is made behind the limbus, usually in an upper segment of the cornea, by means of a bent broad needle.
If it consist of little more than capsule an incision is made at the limbus with the keratome as described for evacuation.
The eye is fixed by grasping the conjunctiva close to the limbus downwards and inwards.
The knife is entered at the limbus from the outer side directly opposite the occluded pupil.
The incision is made at the limbus in a favourable situation for the division of the synechia.