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Revision Trabeculectomy

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Presenter: Michael Coote

The posterior approach is preferred for revision of the failed trabeculectomy (or deep sclerectomy). It allows the surgeon to approach the site of failure from (mostly) normal anatomy, relieve it, add diathermy and apply anti-fibrotic agents precisely to the site of failure. The success rate of this procedure is excellent and this patient has remained with an IOP of 9 for the past 2 years. (Coote, M A., Gupta, V., Vasudevan, S., and Crowston, J G. J Glaucoma. 2011 Aug;20(6):377-82)

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