Laser iridotomy

Laser iridotomy is a surgery that is performed on the eye to treat edge conclusion glaucoma, a state of expanded weight in the front chamber (foremost chamber) that is caused by sudden (intense) or gradually dynamic (endless) blockage of the typical course of liquid inside the eye. The square happens at the edge of the foremost chamber that is shaped by the intersection of the cornea with the iris. Every one of the one needs to do to see this edge is to take a gander at a man's eye from the side. Point conclusion of the eye happens when the trabecular meshwork, the seepage site for visual liquid, is obstructed by the iris.

 

  • Angle-closure glaucoma
  • DED(Diagnosing the head water)
  • Ophthalmic pathology
  • Uveitis and Ocular Immunology

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