Otago glaucoma surgery outcome study: cytology and immunohistochemical staining of bleb capsules around Molteno implants.

@article{Molteno2006OtagoGS,
  title={Otago glaucoma surgery outcome study: cytology and immunohistochemical staining of bleb capsules around Molteno implants.},
  author={Anthony C.B. Molteno and Antony J Suter and Mark Fenwick and Tui H Bevin and Alex G Dempster},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  year={2006},
  volume={47 5},
  pages={1975-81}
}
PURPOSE To describe the cytology and immunohistochemistry of Molteno implant capsules from cases of primary and secondary glaucoma. METHODS Histologic features of capsules including cell cytology, the distribution of activated (proliferating) cells, apoptosing cells, and membrane bound vesicles (presumed death messengers) were assessed by light microscopy and correlated with clinicopathological features in 10 noninflamed eyes with good intraocular pressure control (nine autopsy and one… CONTINUE READING
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