Change the Channel, Please!
A new OCT-based method lets you see aqueous movement in collector channels. What does this mean for glaucoma specialists – and patients?
As a glaucoma surgeon, imagine if you could visualize aqueous outflow in the trabecular meshwork (TM) with something like OCT? Such information would help guide your choice of procedure, device (and placement of the device), and increase your confidence in getting a good post-procedural outcome. Of course, such a device would have research applications too, generating great insight into the pathologies present in many forms of glaucoma, potentially yielding new knowledge about the disease that could result in earlier – and smarter – interventions.
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