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When to Add MIGS to Cataract Surgery

  Channels: Glaucoma | Posted 3/1/2017

Steven L Mansberger, MD, MPH, discusses the criteria for when to add MIGS to cataract surgery to treat glaucoma: efficacy, cost, and risk of complications. While MIGS' 20% success rates seem small, it's important to identify those patients who benefit from this low-risk procedure. MIGS has a less than 5% complication rate, which can make it a good choice for patients with a low tolerance for side effects.

Cataract Surgery • Microinvasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS) • MIGS


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