Small Incision Non Valved Glaucoma Tube Implantation | ASCRS
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Film 75041: Small Incision Non Valved Glaucoma Tube Implantation
July 2021
Meeting: 2021 ASCRS Annual Meeting
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Film ID: 75041
Presenting Author: Arsham Sheybani, MD , ABO
Producers: Inder Singh, MD 
Category: Glaucoma Surgery

We describe a small incision technique to implant a newly approved glaucoma drainage device. Due to the properties of the ClearPath (New World Medical) plate material, one is able to "roll" the plate during placement under the tenons, thus allowing for a smaller incision (4 mm). Thus, less surgical time is needed, less suture is needed, and less risk for wound dehiscence.

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