Description:

Since the advent of the first MIGS, numerous other devices have come down the pipeline to provide some healthy competition in the world of glaucoma control.  This course displays several cases relating to MIGS candidates and consideration, complications entailed as well as a detailed breakdown of each procedure's approach, efficacies, complications and device makeup when applicable. At the end of this presentation the listener should feel comfortable in understanding when to consider MIGS and some of the expected and (hopefully) unexpected results that may develop.

Course Code:

AOA350-GL

Speaker(s):

Andrew Meagher, O.D.

ameagh@salus.edu

G.Richard Bennett, O.D.

Grichardbennett@gmail.com

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

12/7/2025

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