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A Surgical Tsunami During a MIMS Procedure

  Channels: Cataract Surgery, Glaucoma | Posted 11/8/2016

Amar Agarwal, MD, shows the management of complications encountered during a minimally invasive micro sclerostomy (MIMS) procedure. The technique uses a specially designed rotating blade that moves at 8000 rpm to create a corneal scleral channel resulting in drainage of aqueous humor from the anterior chamber to the subconjunctival space to form a bleb. The tsunami begins when the rotating blade engages the iris resulting in a 360 degree iridodialysis.

Agarwal's Eye Hospital • Aniridia • Complex Case • Glued IOL • Iridodialysis • Iris Prolapse • Minimally Invasive Micro Sclerostomy (MIMS) • Posterior Capsule Rupture • VJCRS

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