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Related to cyclophotocoagulation: cyclophosphamide, Trabeculectomy


n. ciclofotocoagulación, fotocoagulación a través de la pupila con un láser, procedimiento usado en el tratamiento de glaucoma.
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Tenders are invited for Supply of Contact Transclcral Diaodc Cyclophotocoagulation
gt; Cyclophotocoagulation damages parts of the ciliary body, the part of the eye that makes fluid and reduces fluid production.
Bleb-associated endophthalmitis treated by sclera patch graft, vitrectomy and endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation.
5) Another study demonstrated IOP reduction after cyclophotocoagulation in a pregnant woman with uveitic aphakic glaucoma.
Transpupillary argon laser cyclophotocoagulation (TALC) is an alternative cyclodestructive procedure in selected patients with glaucoma.
Recently, cyclophotocoagulation of the ciliary body with a laser for the treatment of glaucoma in dogs has been recognized as a potential cause of KCS, favoring the installation of corneal ulcers (WEIGT et al.
Subconjunctival anaesthesia (SCA) has been shown to be effective and safe for a range of ophthalmic surgical procedures, including extracapsular cataract extraction, phacoemulsification, trabeculectomy, phaco-trabeculectomy and contact diode laser cyclophotocoagulation (1-5).
Dillon is also using Endoscopic Diode Laser Cyclophotocoagulation (ECP), a laser treatment that effectively treats all forms of glaucoma and, according to Dr.
Best noted that the 810 nm red diode laser will find application for such indications for glaucoma as transcleral cyclophotocoagulation, transcleral endo-cyclophotocoagulation, ablation of the ciliary process for the reduction of the intra-ocular pressure, and retinal photocoagulation used for diabetic patients.
Tenders are invited for Purchase of contact transcleral diode cyclophotocoagulation
Transscleral cyclophotocoagulation with a diode laser is a procedure that reduces the eye's fluid production.
present the application of transpupillary argon laser cyclophotocoagulation (TALC) in a case of elevated intraocular pressure (IOP) refractory to maximal medical treatment in a patient with traumatic aniridia and aphakia who had previously undergone trabeculectomy.