Circumferential viscodilation and tensioning of Schlemm canal (canaloplasty) with temporal clear corneal phacoemulsification cataract surgery for open‐angle glaucoma and visually significant cataract: One‐year results

@article{Shingleton2008CircumferentialVA,
  title={Circumferential viscodilation and tensioning of Schlemm canal (canaloplasty) with temporal clear corneal phacoemulsification cataract surgery for open‐angle glaucoma and visually significant cataract: One‐year results},
  author={B. Shingleton and M. Tetz and N. Korber},
  journal={Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery},
  year={2008},
  volume={34},
  pages={433–440}
}
PURPOSE: To evaluate the safety and efficacy of circumferential viscodilation and tensioning of the inner wall of Schlemm canal, a new nonpenetrating surgical procedure (canaloplasty) to treat open‐angle glaucoma (OAG), combined with clear corneal phacoemulsification and posterior chamber intraocular lens (IOL) implantation. SETTING: Multicenter surgical sites. METHODS: This international multicenter prospective study comprised adult patients with OAG having combined glaucoma and cataract… Expand
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