Ciclocoagulación circular mediada por ultrasonidos (UC3® Eye Tech Care) en glaucoma refractario tras cantotomía y cantólisis

  title={Ciclocoagulaci{\'o}n circular mediada por ultrasonidos (UC3{\textregistered} Eye Tech Care) en glaucoma refractario tras cantotom{\'i}a y cant{\'o}lisis},
  author={A. Ib{\'a}{\~n}ez Fern{\'a}ndez and J. Raez-Balbastre and Vicente Morales Elipe and Francisco Conde Poyales},



Update on results and complications of cyclophotocoagulation

  • K. Ishida
  • Medicine
    Current opinion in ophthalmology
  • 2013
Recent literatures suggest that both TCP and ECP are performed increasingly as the primary surgery for various types and stages of glaucoma, although potential for serious complications exists.

Treatment of refractory open-angle glaucoma using ultrasonic circular cyclocoagulation: a prospective case series

UC3 procedure seems to be an effective and well tolerated method to reduce intraocular pressure in patients with primary open-angle glaucoma and studies directly comparing the efficacy and safety of the UC3 procedure with that of trabeculectomy or diode laser are needed.

Endoscopic and Transscleral Cyclophotocoagulation for the Treatment of Refractory Glaucoma

Both TCP and ECP are effective surgeries with potential for serious complications, and recent studies suggest they may be used increasingly as the primary surgery for various stages of glaucoma.

Cyclodestructive Procedures

The study of aqueous flow may improve the understanding of cyclophotocoagulation techniques and the uncertainty of its effect is no greater than that of any other therapeutic measure in the treatment of glaucoma.

Multicenter clinical trial of high‐intensity focused ultrasound treatment in glaucoma patients without previous filtering surgery

To evaluate the efficacy and safety of the ultrasonic circular cyclocoagulation procedure in patients with open‐angle glaucoma naïve of previous filtering surgery.

Diode laser cycloablation in adult glaucoma: long‐term results of a standard protocol and review of current literature

Background:  To study the long‐term efficacy and safety of diode laser cycloablation under a standard protocol in refractory glaucoma.

Percutaneous division of the external canthal ligament.

  • C. A. Young
  • Medicine
    American journal of ophthalmology
  • 1959