Stop the Processes?
Reducing IOP by targeting the ciliary body; two physicians present two different approaches
Ruth Steer |
In the quest to move away from topical management of glaucoma – and the associated issues, including non-compliance – the field has seen a shift towards surgical management, with a boom in minimally invasive technologies transforming glaucoma care. One such option is cyclophotocoagulation – a procedure which targets the ciliary body epithelium to modulate aqueous production and lower IOP. Here, two surgeons share their preferred cyclophotocoagulation approaches, and talk through how – and why – they perform them.
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