Novel Technique for Treatment and Evaluation of Open-Angle Glaucoma: Ab Interno Canaloplasty and In Vivo Trypan Blue Venography | ASCRS
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Novel Technique for Treatment and Evaluation of Open-Angle Glaucoma: Ab Interno Canaloplasty and In Vivo Trypan Blue Venography
May 2020
Meeting: 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting
Presenter: Ike Ahmed, MD, FRCSC; Andrew Crichton, FRCSC; Gavin Docherty, FRCSC; Bryce Ford, MD; Patrick Gooi, MD; Matthew Schlenker, MD, FRCSC; Derek Waldner, PhD
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The authors describe a novel technique to provide intraocular pressure lowering and simultaneously visualize the aqueous outflow pathway. Healon mixed with trypan is injected via the iTrack (iScience Interventional, Menlo Park, CA) into Schlemm’s canal during ab interno canaloplasty. The resulting viscocanaloplasty with trypan highlights various patterns of episcleral venous flow.
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This film was submitted to the 38th Annual ASCRS Film Festival within the 2020 ASCRS Virtual Annual Meeting.. 

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