Special Focus: A comprehensive overview of the current techniques in MIGS, including the coverage of the theory behind the techniques, discussion of relevant data on efficacy and safety.
What’s New: A summary on recent advances in MIGS, both on ab interno and ab externo approaches, with a focus on state of play in product development and clinical trial data.
Clinical Issues: A discussion on MIGS most commonly used in clinical practice. An approach to differentiating mechanisms of action and discuss potential patient target populations.
Practical Tips: The description of key factors for a successful implantation of MIGS.

Main topic issue No 3 2016:

Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery


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