The most popular glaucoma articles on Healio/OSN in September include a current look at MIGS, the use of a nonvalved aqueous drainage implant and an update on a phase 2 trial.
Nonvalved aqueous drainage implant reduces IOP, glaucoma medications
A low-cost nonvalved aqueous drainage implant significantly reduced IOP and glaucoma medication use in patients with refractory glaucoma, according to a retrospective review. Read more.
When to use which MIGS approach is a nuanced decision
New devices, advancements in technology and unique MIGS approaches provide an expansive landscape for surgeons to