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    Cornea/External Disease

    Dr. Rahul Pandit demonstrates how to perform an adjustable slide knot that was first demonstrated by Dr. Clifford Terry in the late 1970s at the Welsh Cataract Congress. His technique was subsequently published in 1977. The morphology of the Terry slide knot differs significantly from a traditional slip knot, and provides much greater control of suture tension even after the first and second throw. The Terry slide knot has a very small profile, making it quite easy to bury in the cornea or scleral wound.

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