Trabeculectomy is a surgical procedure used in the treatment of glaucoma to relieve intraocular pressure by removing part of the eyes trabecular meshwork and adjacent structures. It is the most common glaucoma surgery performed and allows drainage of aqueous humor from within the eye to underneath the conjunctiva where it is absorbed. This outpatient procedure was most commonly performed under monitored anesthesia care using a retrobulbar block or peribulbar block or a combination of topical and subtenon anesthesia. Due to the higher risks associated with bulbar blocks, topical analgesia with mild sedation is becoming more common. Rarely general anesthesia will be used, in patients with an inability to cooperate during surgery.
- syndrome following trabeculectomy with mitomycin C MMC Methods: A 42 - year - old man with diagnosis of GAPO syndrome underwent trabeculectomy with application
- and trabeculectomy ab externo if the cornea is hazy. The success rates are similar for both procedures in patients with clear corneas. Trabeculectomy and
- can occur with pressures below 5 mmHg for instance after traditional trabeculectomy because of the episcleral venous pressure limit. The Trabectome handpiece
- Bleb forming procedures include ab externo trabeculectomy and deep sclerectomy. Ab externo trabeculectomy AET involves cutting from outside the eye
- intraocular pressure caused by open - angle glaucoma. Laser surgery Eye surgery Trabeculectomy Laser trabeculoplasty for glaucoma WebMD. Retrieved 2009 - 07 - 23.
- maximal medical therapy, with previous failed guarded filtering surgery trabeculectomy The flow tube is inserted into the anterior chamber of the eye and
- allowing for the possibility of traditional glaucoma procedures such as trabeculectomy or glaucoma valve implantation also known as glaucoma drainage device
- Nerve transfer Stapedectomy Mastoidectomy Photorefractive keratectomy Trabeculectomy Iridectomy Vitrectomy Glossectomy Esophagectomy Gastrectomy Appendectomy
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- Presently - utilized surgical procedures include goniotomy, trabeculotomy, or trabeculectomy The name of the condition derives from the Greek βοῦς bous ox or cow