combined glaucoma

com·bined glau·co·ma

glaucoma with angle-closure and open-angle mechanisms in the same eye.

com·bined glau·co·ma

(kŏm-bīnd' glaw-kō'mă)
Glaucoma with angle-closure and open-angle mechanisms in the same eye.
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Lee, "Management of patients with combined glaucoma and corneal transplant surgery," Eye, vol.
One answer to the dilemma lies in the combined glaucoma - cataract operation, though not universally accepted as a valid alternative.
Combined glaucoma and cataract surgery has gained increasing success over the past decade, because of technological advances and modifications in surgical techniques (1).
Apparent rarity of combined glaucoma and cataracts in a neonate with CRS has been reported by many studies.
When the glaucoma group was compared with the combined glaucoma suspect and normal groups, the DDLS of the glaucoma specialist had the best predictive power (0.941), followed by the DDLS obtained by 3D optic disc photography (0.931).
550 cases of Glaucoma surgery and 250 cases of combined Glaucoma and Cataract surgery done in our hospital with microsurgery.
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