Kelman, Charles D. (1930–2004)

Charles D. Kelman was an American ophthalmologist who contributed to the development of cataract surgery with the introduction of phacoemulsification (the Greek prefix “phakos” refers to the lentil shape of the lens) in 1967. This procedure, in which the lens clouded ...

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