Channels: Glaucoma | Posted 5/22/2017
In this video, Steve Sarkisian, MD, clinical professor at the University of Oklahoma, uses the TRAB360 device (SightSciences, Inc.) to do an ab interno trabeculotomy to treat glaucoma. This is a much easier way of doing this procedure in adults, as it involves only one 1-2 mm incision, no sutures, and and leaves nothing inside of the eye that can clog or fail. Success has been the same as that which has been published with trabeculotomy in adults using a suture or the iTrack micro catheter.
Glaucoma • Microinvasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS) • MIGS • Schlemm canal • Sight Sciences • Trab360 • trabecular meshwork • trabeculotomy