Corneal Endothelial Damage after Valve Implant: What to Do and How to Avoid Complications | ASCRS
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Film 75250: Corneal Endothelial Damage after Valve Implant: What to Do and How to Avoid Complications
July 2021
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Film ID: 75250
Presenting Author: Miguel Lopez, MD
Producers: Alex Alfaro, MD; Hernan Bejar, MD; Yalitza Lopez Pimentel, MD 
Category: Glaucoma Surgery

A 52 y.o old male with advanced glaucoma who had previously undergone an Ahmed Glaucoma Valve Implantation presents a visual acuity of count finger at 6 ft in his right eye and NLP in his left eye. In his right eye the patient presents a pupillary seclusion and a valve tube touching the endothelium. He underwent surgery to remove a portion of the valve tube, synechiolysis and phacoemulsification.

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