These two problems often coexist. A surgeon offers strategies for successfully managing the glaucoma in this situation.
Glaucoma patients often present extra challenges during cataract surgery. An expert offers helpful strategies.
An expert describes how to get the most accurate intraocular pressure measurements after corneal surgery.
These two conditions often exist side-by-side, and treating one often makes the other worse. MIGS may provide a solution.
When signs and symptoms don’t support a diagnosis of high-pressure glaucoma, be on the lookout for signs of neuropathy.
Not every patient can deal with a complex regimen, but options such as combination drops are making things easier.
These patients require careful planning and taking extra care to ensure the best possible outcome.
Using glue instead of stitches can sometimes be beneficial for both the patient and the surgeon.
The Primary Tube vs. Trabeculectomy Study is revealing useful data regarding tubes versus trabs in virgin eyes.
Surgical intervention to relieve high intraocular pressure is not a “one-size-fits-all” proposition. A surgeon shares his experience.