subscleral

sub·scle·ral

(sŭb-sklē'răl),
Beneath the sclera of the eye, that is, on the choroidal side of this layer.
Synonym(s): subsclerotic (1)

subscleral

(sub-skle'ral) [? + Gr. skleros, hard]
Beneath the sclera of the eye. Synonym: subsclerotic (1)
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Ellakwa, "Subscleral trabeculectomy with mitomycin-C versus ologen for treatment of glaucoma," Journal of Ocular Pharmacology and Therapeutics, vol.
This would improve efficiency in sugar manufacturing subscleral. It could be had by several ways and means, including reduction in time lag to a minimum between sugarcane harvest and crushing.
In the current study, all cases of trabeculectomy surgery included the application of 0.02% of mitomycin C for 2 minutes in the subconjunctival and subscleral spaces.
Ma, "Long-term effects of simultaneous subconjunctival and subscleral mitomycin C application in repeat trabeculectomy," Journal of Glaucoma, vol.
In addition, the implant might have a valve-like mechanism through its two parts: subscleral and subconjunctival parts; when they were inflated with aqueous, more pressure on the sclera flap would be exerted decreasing aqueous flow and vice versa.
In his pilot study, Hamdi [23] used subconjunctival Ologen implant as an adjuvant to subscleral trabeculectomy in 3 cases of primary congenital glaucoma.