Corza Medical Buys BPI To Advance Surgeon-Centered Strategy In Ophthalmology
Corza Medical, a private equity-backed surgical technologies company, has acquired Barron Precision Instruments to expand its ophthalmology surgery business and manufacturing capacity. Earlier in the year, Corza bought Katena Products, a developer of ophthalmic instruments for surgical and in-office applications.
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