Interaction of primary human trabecular meshwork cells with metal alloy candidates for microinvasive glaucoma surgery.

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BACKGROUND Microinvasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) is a relatively new addition to the glaucoma treatment paradigm. Small metallic stents are inserted into the trabecular meshwork in order to increase aqueous humour drainage. MIGS procedures are rapidly being adopted owing to a more favourable side effect profile when compared with traditional surgery… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/ceo.12911

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@article{Wang2017InteractionOP, title={Interaction of primary human trabecular meshwork cells with metal alloy candidates for microinvasive glaucoma surgery.}, author={Wan Wendy Wang and Kelsey A Watson and S. Jeffrey Dixon and Hong Liu and Amin Sami Rizkalla and Cindy M. L. Hutnik}, journal={Clinical & experimental ophthalmology}, year={2017}, volume={45 5}, pages={520-528} }