Management of Cataracts and Glaucoma
Edited by Anne Louise Coleman, John C. Morrison
CRC Press – 2004 – 140 pages
For patients with both cataracts and glaucoma, the ophthalmic surgeon has a number of options to consider depending on disease states, aged or young patient, and number of medications being prescribed preoperatively. Combined surgery has the advantage of addressing both cataract and glaucoma problems simultaneously and helps to reduce the risk of an early intraocular pressure spike. The authors are recognized experts in the field and address the problems and provide excellent advice on patient management.
Ophthalmic Anesthesia. Cataract Extraction Only. Trabeculectomy Only Drainage Device Only. Non-penetrating Filtering Surgery Only. One-site Combined Cataract and Trabeculectomy Procedure. Two-site Combined Cataract and Trabeculectomy Procedure. Combined Cataract and Non-trabeculectomy Glaucoma Procedures. Conclusion.