goniopuncture


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goniopuncture

 [go″ne-o-pungk´cher]
insertion of a knife blade through the clear cornea, just within the limbus, across the anterior chamber of the eye and through the opposite corneoscleral wall, in treatment of glaucoma.

go·ni·o·punc·ture

(gō'nē-ō-pŭnk'chŭr),
An operation for congenital glaucoma in which a puncture is made in the filtration angle of the anterior chamber.

goniopuncture

/go·nio·punc·ture/ (go″ne-o-punk´cher) insertion of a knife blade through the clear cornea, just within the limbus, across the anterior chamber of the eye and through the opposite corneoscleral wall, in treatment of glaucoma.

go·ni·o·punc·ture

(gō'nē-ō-pŭngk-shŭr)
An operation for congenital glaucoma in which a puncture is made in the filtration angle of the anterior chamber.

goniopuncture

insertion of a knife blade through the clear cornea, just within the limbus, across the anterior chamber of the eye and through the opposite corneoscleral wall, in treatment of glaucoma.