Trabeculectomy

What is Trabeculectomy?

Trabeculectomy is a surgical procedure used in the treatment of glaucoma to relieve intraocular pressure by removing part of the eye's trabecular meshwork and adjacent structures.

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We did try the glycerine to control eye pressure and it was a failure. The pressure is up to 54

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Anti glaucoma drugs need revision.

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I need to chat with a eye specialist.My name is XXXXXXX I was born with scars behind my centre vision. My vision is 150/20 in my right eye and...

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Anti glaucoma treatment

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I have had a ripple effect in my peripheral vision in my left eye with some mild pressure for about an hour. My eyes were sore earlier today and...

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glaucoma left eye with effect of peripheral vision.

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It can be due to glaucoma. IOT and field tracing is to be...

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