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Complete trabeculotomy with illuminated catheter a treatment option for infantile glaucoma

Ocular Surgery News Europe Edition, September 2012
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Complete 360° trabeculotomy with insertion of an illuminated microcatheter may be a good option in the treatment of…
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Vision loss persists after glaucoma filtration surgery, expert says

Ocular Surgery News Europe Edition, September 2012
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — After trabeculectomy, patients continue to experience vision loss, demonstrating that the visual results of filtration…
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Subtractive, alternative strategies recommended for glaucoma medication intolerance

Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, July 25, 2012
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — When managing adverse effects from glaucoma medications, physicians should employ alternative and subtractive strategies…
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First European results find glaucoma device to be ‘valuable addition’ to surgical treatment

Ocular Surgery News Europe Edition, September 2012
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — The first European results of a minimally invasive glaucoma procedure found that it is an effective IOP-lowering device…
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Managing secondary glaucomas should combine several aspects of patient care

Ocular Surgery News Europe Edition, September 2012
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Treating secondary glaucoma should focus on addressing the existing medical treatment and IOP in conjunction with the…
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Deep sclerectomy shows long-term safety and efficacy

Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, July 25, 2012
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Fifteen years of follow-up with deep sclerectomy show that the technique maintains a steadily high success rate, with IOP…
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Study investigates patient perception of visual field defects

Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, July 25, 2012
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — A study carried out at the City University London and Moorfields Eye Hospital investigated patients’ perception of…
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Study: Fixed-combination glaucoma treatment shows better rate of adherence

Ocular Surgery News Europe Edition, September 2012
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — A 6-month trial comparing fixed-combination therapy vs. concomitant unfixed glaucoma treatment found that patients who…
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Electronic monitoring may improve adherence to glaucoma treatment

Ocular Surgery News Europe Edition, September 2012
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Electronic monitoring of the use of glaucoma medications improves patients’ awareness of their adherence to medical…
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Malignant glaucoma requires prompt, aggressive surgical treatment

Ocular Surgery News Europe Edition, September 2012
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Aqueous misdirection glaucoma, or malignant glaucoma, is a rare, challenging situation that requires early, aggressive…