THE PROBLEMS OF FILTERING BLEB SURGERIES IN TREATMENT OF GLAUCOMASherif Moneir Wilson
AbstractGlaucoma is a serious vision threatening disease. In the course I of management surgical interference may be needed ( either as a I primary decision or as a final solution ailer failure of all other ! approaches). Filtering bleb surgeries arc st iII the most practically I applied surgeries; yet many operative and post operative complications could arise and alter the aimed goal in controlling the I intra-ocular pressure. I I Careful preoperative evaluation of the possible risk ll1ctors is ! essential for proper and accurate decision regarding the surgical I approach and the possible expected difficulties and complications. I I Postoperative follow-up is the most important step in the course i of management of glaucoma surgeries. Some complications may arise I immediately -postoperative and others may arise as far as ten years or even more. Understanding the nature of the bleb and pathology of the complications is essential for proper intervention regarding the time and the technique of the approach. Recently there are new techniques that may help in situations of glaucoma filtering bleb failures or to replace them as a primary choice but more studies and follow-up are needed to evaluate them.
|Other Titles||المشاكل الناتجة عن جراحات المجلة الترشيحية كعلاج لمرض فرط ضغط العين ( المياه الزرقاء )||Issue Date||2002||URI||http://research.asu.edu.eg/handle/12345678/2751|
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