MIGS Licensing Ranks Among Most Read Glaucoma Coverage

December 28, 2021

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December Glaucoma News includes updates on stand-alone MIGS surgery as well as a video from the American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting.

Read the top performing articles on December glaucoma coverage below.

First patient registered in Autonomous Hydrus microstent test

The first patient was enrolled in a trial of the stand-alone use of the Hydrus microstent in mild to moderate open-angle glaucoma, according to a press release from Ivantis. Read more.

Woman’s IOP elevated despite patented peripheral laser iridotomy

A 58-year-old Caucasian woman with a suspected primary angle closure was referred to the New England Eye Center’s glaucoma department with elevated IOP after bilateral peripheral laser iridotomy. Read more.

VIDEO: Surgeon explains the benefits of PKU for treating glaucoma

NEW ORLEANS – In this Healio video perspective from the AAO meeting, Philip Bloom, MD, discusses the role of endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation in the surgical management of glaucoma. Watch more.

Aerie and Santen sign licensing agreement for glaucoma drugs

Aerie and Santen have reached a deal for Rhopressa and Rocklatan in Europe, China, India, Commonwealth of Independent States countries, parts of Latin America and oceanic countries, according to a press release from the company. Read more.

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