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Surgical Case With Hydrus

  Channels: Glaucoma | Posted 11/17/2016

Once Schlemm’s canal is accessed, a flexible, biocompatible microstent can be inserted into the eye’s natural flow channel with minimal injury to the surrounding tissues. The stent is left permanently in place to dilate and scaffold the canal in three clock hours, while providing aqueous flow access to multiple collector channels. The technique is verifiable in that the surgeon can view the dilating stent windows during implantation for a feeling of security that surgical goals have been met.


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