The Suprachoroidal Space in Glaucoma Surgery

by | July 2012

Shunting aqueous fluid into the space between the choroid and the sclera is not a new idea in glaucoma treatment, but innovative devices are increasing the likelihood of success with this approach. Current surgical options for the management of glaucoma work either to address the eye’s natural outflow mechanism (by removing the trabecular meshwork, creating [...]

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