Journal of Ophthalmology / 2018 / Article / Tab 1

Clinical Study

Combined Surgical Techniques for the Management of Malignant Glaucoma

Table 1

Preoperative and postoperative summary of the 9 eyes.

Patient numberAge (year)SexEyeAxial length (mm)HistoryBCVAIOP (mmHg)Anterior chamber depth (mm)MedicationsFollow-up (months)ComplicationsRecurrence

182MR20.41LPI, P20/6020/6028172.143.05a, b012NoNo
242FL21.71PACG, T20/4020/2538132.302.92a, b, c09NoNo
42FR21.82PACGLPHM43202.002.80b, c09NoNo
371FL20.58PACG, P, T20/8020/8021172.033.07a, b010NoNo
71FR20.55PACG, P20/4020/3023121.503.21a, b010NoNo
460MR22.87P20/20020/20031222.302.86a, bb3NoNo
559FL21.49P20/20020/3046181.683.20a, b03NoNo
665FR22.44Narrow angle, LPI, P20/3020/3025151.832.94a06NoNo

M, male; F, female; P, phaco; T, trabeculectomy; PACG, primary angle closure glaucoma; R, right; L, left; LPI, laser peripheral iridotomy; HM, hand movement; LP, light perception. a = mydriatics and cyloplegics; b = topical antiglaucoma medications; c = oral carbonic anhydrase inhibitors.

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