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Management of Traumatic Subluxated Cataract and Intractable Angle Recession Glaucoma in a Young Adult

  Channels: Glaucoma | Posted 7/3/2014

Zia ul Mazhry, MD, explains a myriad of surgical techniques required to rescue and manage a post traumatic subluxated cataract and intractable angle recession glaucoma in this case of a young adult. The patient’s BCVA improved three months post-operatively with IOP well controlled on topical anti-glaucoma therapy. Bleb revision using 0.01 G% injection MMC was performed two weeks postoperatively.

Bleb • Cataract • Cataract Complications • Cataract Surgery • Dislocated lens, subluxed lens • Glaucoma

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