ⓘ Iridectomy

                                     

ⓘ Iridectomy

An iridectomy, also known as a surgical iridectomy or corectomy, is the surgical removal of part of the iris. These procedures are most frequently performed in the treatment of closed-angle glaucoma and iris melanoma.

                                     
  • usually corrected surgically, for example by iridectomy If the glaucoma persists even after iridectomy then it is called plateau iris syndrome and subsequently
  • Cataract Extraction without Iridectomy 1887 A Series of One Thousand Successive Cases of Cataract Extraction without Iridectomy 1887 Subjects of Biographies
  • Stapedectomy Mastoidectomy Photorefractive keratectomy Trabeculectomy Iridectomy Vitrectomy Glossectomy Esophagectomy Gastrectomy Appendectomy Proctocolectomy
  • remembered for introducing a surgical technique that was a combination of an iridectomy and sclerectomy for treatment of glaucoma. This surgery was later referred
  • treatment. An iridectomy also known as a corectomy or surgical iridectomy involves the removal of a portion of iris tissue. A basal iridectomy is the removal
  • ophthalmology, of which he was the author numerous articles on glaucoma, iridectomy accommodation, retinal haemorrhage and treatment of diseases of the lachrymal
  • that iridectomy and iridotomy were more effective than drainage procedures in the treatment of closed - angle glaucoma. He also found that an iridectomy could
  • Iridectomie der peripherischen Linearextraction vorausgeschickt, 1873 The iridectomy of peripheral linear extraction premised. Stabsstelle Offentlichkeitsarbeit :
  • and is usually therefore grasped to perform an excision called iridectomy This iridectomy will prevent future blockage of the sclerostomy. The scleral