Film 83935: Cerclage Story. Ciliary Body Detachment to Treat an Uncontrolled Glaucoma Associated with Microphthalmos and Persistent Fetal Vasculature | ASCRS
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Film 83935: Cerclage Story. Ciliary Body Detachment to Treat an Uncontrolled Glaucoma Associated with Microphthalmos and Persistent Fetal Vasculature
April 2022
Meeting: 2022 ASCRS Annual Meeting
Presenting Author: María José Domínguez Fernández, MD
Producers: Encarnación Asensio del Pozo, MD; Laura García-Filoso Moraleda, MD; Fernando González del Valle, MD; Jesús Lara Peñaranda, MD; Esperanza López Mondéjar, MD; Laura Riveira Villalobos, MD; José Manuel Zarco Tejada, MD
Category: Glaucoma Surgery
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Primary hyperplastic persistent vitreous can be associated with the development of a painful and uncontrolled glaucoma. A new surgical approach, which induces a ciliary body dialysis, using a piece of a cerclage (scleral buckle) is described.

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