Intraocular pressure variation during colorectal laparoscopic surgery: standard pneumoperitoneum leads to reversible elevation in intraocular pressure

@article{Grosso2013IntraocularPV,
  title={Intraocular pressure variation during colorectal laparoscopic surgery: standard pneumoperitoneum leads to reversible elevation in intraocular pressure},
  author={Andrea Grosso and Gitana Scozzari and Fabrizio Bert and Maria Antonietta Mabilia and Roberta Siliquini and Mario Morino},
  journal={Surgical Endoscopy},
  year={2013},
  volume={27},
  pages={3370-3376}
}
The potential effects of laparoscopic surgery on intra- and postoperative intraocular pressure (IOP) are not completely understood. Although prior studies have reported that pneumoperitoneum may increase IOP, it is not clear whether this increase is related to the effects of pneumoperitoneum or to the patient’s position, such as the Trendelenburg position. This study aimed to evaluate the potential fluctuations of IOP during colorectal laparoscopic surgery in two groups of patients: those with… CONTINUE READING
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