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Canaloplasty After Failed Trabeculectomy

Relay suture with guidance of an illuminated trocar. A 10-0 polypropylene suture was placed within the remaining length of the canal (a). The illuminated trocar was guided to be inserted beneath the scleral flap containing the disrupted canal (b). The needle with...

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Canaloplasty Surgery on Both Eyes – Patient Experience

Canaloplasty Surgery on Both Eyes from a Patient of Dr. David Richardson (San Marino Eye) A beautiful couple's story of how they dealt with glaucoma and went through canaloplasty. Only Ron has glaucoma but his wife, Peg Is with him all the way. Love, indeed! "Ron...

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Canaloplasty versus Trabeculectomy – Patient Experience

Canaloplasty versus Trabeculectomy Testimonial from a Patient of Dr. David Richardson (San Marino Eye) How does canaloplasty compare to Trabeculectomy? Let John and Mildred share with you their experience. “I didn’t go through it but being his wife I saw first hand...

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Canaloplasty After Trabeculectomy – Patient Experience

Canaloplasty After Trabeculectomy Testimonial from a Patient of Dr. David Richardson (San Marino Eye) Alvin (with wife, Rose) shares his canaloplasty experience. Alvin had laser surgery and trabeculectomy on both eyes (performed by another surgeon). Sadly, he had lost...

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