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Brian A. Francis, MD
ECP in refractory glaucoma yields versatility, favorable safety profile with positive results
Endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation with vitrectomy and pars plana treatment is effective in reducing IOP in patients with ultra-refractory glaucoma, reducing the need for medications and being relatively well tolerated by patients.
How to avoid bubble formation during SLT
The adjustment of treatment parameters may be an effective technique for surgeons to avoid bubble formation during selective laser trabeculoplasty.
Ideal patient profiles for ECP
Patient selection plays just as much of a role in the success of endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation as do surgical pearls. Identifying the proper patient population is a key for greater success.