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Glaucoma

Predicting Pressure Reduction Prior to SLT

Posted on January 21, 2019

In patients undergoing selective laser trabeculoplasty, it is probably helpful for the surgeon to understand the impact of corneal hysteresis on tonometry measures, it was recently reported. Pressure reduction response is dependent on whether corneal hysteresis is high or low. The article goes on to explain how to measure hysteresis, and how to use the information it produces during patient counseling sessions.

You can read more here.  

Sutton A. Corneal hysteresis helps predict pressure reduction. [Published online January 23, 2019]. Ocular Surgery News. https://www.healio.com/ophthalmology/glaucoma/news/online/%7Ba2985dc1-301c-4a83-835b-05a2f397b073%7D/corneal-hysteresis-helps-predict-pressure-reduction

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