Videos of Cataract Surgeries
The dataset consists of 50 videos of cataract surgeries performed in Brest University Hospital between January 22, 2015 and September 10, 2015. Reasons for surgery included age-related cataract, traumatic cataract and refractive errors. Patients were 61 years old on average (minimum: 23, maximum: 83, standard deviation: 10). There were 38 females and 12 males. Informed consent was obtained from all patients. Surgeries were performed by three surgeons: a renowned expert (48 surgeries), a one-year experienced surgeon (1 surgery) and an intern (1 surgery). Surgeries were performed under an OPMI Lumera T microscope (Carl Zeiss Meditec, Jena, Germany). Videos were recorded with a 180I camera (Toshiba, Tokyo, Japan) and a MediCap USB200 recorder (MediCapture, Plymouth Meeting, USA). The frame definition was 1920x1080 pixels and the frame rate was approximately 30 frames per second. Videos had a duration of 10 minutes and 56 s on average (minimum: 6 minutes 23 s, maximum: 40 minutes 34 s, standard deviation: 6 minutes 5 s). In total, more than nine hours of surgery have been video recorded.