Surgical management of ocular hypotony

  title={Surgical management of ocular hypotony},
  author={U. Demeler},
Over the last 5 years, at the Eye Department in Bremen, 13 eyes with persistent hypotony have been treated by a refixation of the detached ciliary body, the so-called ‘direct cyclopexy’. Ten eyes became hypotonous because of a traumatic cyclodialysis and 3 eyes as a result of an antiglaucomatous cyclodialysis surgery. The duration of the hypotony was from 10 days to 3 months, and the various cyclodialyses extended from 30 to 120 degrees. The postoperative follow-up was from 6 months to 5 years… CONTINUE READING