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...

Trabeculectomy versus Canaloplasty (TVC study)

Finally, a head-to-head trial comparing the glaucoma surgeries trabeculectomy and canaloplasty [footnote trial citation]. And, the results heavily favor the safety of canaloplasty over trabeculectomy while also showing an impressive intraocular pressure reduction with...

Glaucoma News 2016

25 Glaucoma Medical and Research Updates | A Compilation of Latest News and Research on Glaucoma Some Yoga Poses May be Dangerous for Glaucoma Patients Some yoga poses can lead to increase in intraocular pressure (IOP) and therefore, should be avoided by people...
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