Author: Robert B. Dinn, MD and Young H. Kwon, MD, PhD
Transscleral diode cyclophotocoagulation is a procedure for glaucoma that have failed other treatments. In this procedure, the ciliary body of the eye, which creates aqueous fluid, is treated with laser to decrease production of aqueous. This procedure lowers the pressure in the eye. The video explains the steps in this procedure and is produced by ophthalmologists at the University of Iowa.
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