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    Intraocular scissors are frequently used in retina surgery to remove tractional membranes. Despite improvements in the design and quality of these instruments, there is always a chance of malfunction or failure. In this video, Dr. Khalid Sabti demonstrates a case of reusable scissors that was locked open while inside the eye. Surgeons should always be vigilant of any unexpected behavior from instruments and should be ready to handle situations clamly and with caution to avoid any eye damage. 
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