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Recent experience in the management of neovascular glaucoma by pan retinal photocoagulation and trabeculectomy


, : Recent experience in the management of neovascular glaucoma by pan retinal photocoagulation and trabeculectomy. Eye (London) 1(3): 397-400

Six patients were treated for neovascular glaucoma by pan-retinal photocoagulation followed by trabeculectomy. Control of intraocular pressure and relief of pain were achieved in all patients. Methods to improve the fundal view before laser are described and alternative methods of therapy are briefly discussed.

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