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23G Minimally Invasive Vitrectomy Combined with Glaucoma Drainage Valve Implantation and Phacoemulsification Cataract Extraction for Neovascular Glaucoma Secondary to Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy with Vitreous Hemorrhage

To determine the clinical effectiveness of the combined application of 23G minimally invasive vitrectomy, glaucoma drainage valve implantation, and phacoemulsification cataract extraction in the treatment of neovascular glaucoma secondary to proliferative diabetic retinopathy associated with vitreous hemorrhage. The research subjects were selected from 83-three patients with PDR diagnosed as NVG phase III complicated with VH from June 2018 to May 2020. The subjects were randomly divided into three groups: group A was treated with 23G minimally invasive vitrectomy combined with glaucoma drainage valve implantation; group B was given a 23G minimally invasive vitrectomy with phacoemulsification cataract extraction; and group C was treated with 23G minimally invasive vitrectomy combined with glaucoma drainage valve installation and phacoemulsification cataract extraction; and group C was divided into three groups; group B was treated with implantation; group A. The IOP of the three groups increased from the 1st day to the 6th month after operation, but there was no significant difference between the three groups in IOP at any time point after surgery. The INV scores of group A and group B, which was 6th months after surgery, was unchanged from that of group C. There was no significant difference in the INV score between group A and group B at the 1st, 3rd, and 6th months after operation. The three methods, combined with minimally invasive vitrectomy, glaucoma drainage valve fabrication, and phacoemulsification cataract extraction, can significantly raise the UCVA, IOP, and INV scores of NVG secondary to PDR with VH, which show higher reliability.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2022/7393661


Predictors of intraocular pressure change after cataract surgery in patients with pseudoexfoliation glaucoma and in nonglaucomatous patients

The cataract surgery in eyes with and without glaucoma results result in sustained intraocular pressure reduction, but it is also unknown which glaucoma patients will achieve clinically significant reduction. As potential predictors of postoperative IOP reduction, the preoperative IOP and some ocular biometric parameters have been shown. The preoperative IOP, AL, and PD ratio were the key predictors of the absolute and percent IOP decrease in the PXG group. In both the univariate and multivariate analyses, RLP was identified as a significant predictor of absolute change in the IOP in multi-variate regression and the percentage IOP change. The preoperative IOP and the PD ratio were the only two key variables in the control group that could predict absolute change in the postoperative IOP. Both in the PXG and nonglaucomatous eye, as a result of cataract surgery, resulted in an IOP reduction.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2298/vsp200421081m


Vision-Related Quality of Life in Patients Suffering from Coexisting Glaucoma and Cataract

Purpose: Objectives: In patients suffering from coexisting glaucoma and cataract, the QOL and vision-related QOL should be evaluated. This cross-sectional-analytical research was conducted on 222 patients, including 163 patients suffering from coexisting glaucoma and cataract as patients and 59 healthy people as the control group. Results 86. 65, 48. 7, and 56. 1 respectively, indicate the mean and 95% confidence interval of overall vision-related QOL scores in healthy people and patients during pre- and post-operative phases. Both QOL items have significantly increased among patients after surgery. All vision-related QOL items' scores obtained by NEI-VFQ 39 and all QOL items' scores obtained by EQ-5D were significantly lower in the treated patients than healthy controls one month after surgery. The overall QOL and vision-related QOL scores in patients suffering from coexisting glaucoma and cataract increased after cataract surgery.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1018164/v1


Primary Outcomes of Combined Cataract Extraction Technique with Ab-interno Trabeculectomy and Endoscopic Cyclophotocoagulation in Patients with Primary Open Angle Glaucoma

Abstract Background: Glaucoma surgery has been developed to reduce intraocular pressure in a less invasive way than traditional glaucoma surgery. Methods: On 27 eyes with both primary open-angle glaucoma and cataract, respectively, was performed; each eye was treated with phacoemulsification, ab-interno trabeculectomy-Kahook Dual Blade and Endocyclophotocoagulation at Instituto de ojos Oftalmosalud, Lima, Peru, between April 2017 and May 2017. Patients with uncontrolled mild to advanced POAG, according to the Glaucoma Grading Scale HODAPP 2 cataract condition 3 therapy, patients with two or more glaucoma medications following rapid change in the visual fields in a short period of time, at least two patients with uncontrolled mild to advanced POAG. At 9 months, a preoperative best corrected visual acuity BCVA demonstrated and increased from 0. 4 logMAR to 0. 2 logMAR, according to a Preoperative best corrected visual acuity BCVA. Conclusions: In patients with POAG, combined therapy with phacoemulsification, ab-interno trabeculectomy, and endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation has reduced IOP and glaucoma medication dependence in patients with POAG.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.11403/v4


Primary Outcomes of Combined Cataract Extraction Technique with Ab-interno Trabeculectomy and Endoscopic Cyclophotocoagulation in Patients with Primary Open Angle Glaucoma

In patients with primary open angle glaucoma, the aim is to determine the results of using combined phacoemulsification system, ab-interno trabeculectomy dual blade, and endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation procedures. According to Glaucoma Grading Scale HODAPP 2 cataract condition 3 therapy with two or more glaucoma medications due to rapid change in the visual fields, at least two patients with uncontrolled mild to advanced POAG have been treated for a short period of time. Surgery was carried out as a result of IOP 14 mmHg either without medications complete success or with medications qualified success. BCVA's best corrected visual acuity BCVA demonstrated an increase from 0. 4 mm LogMAR to 0. 2 0. 4 logMAR at 9 months, with the change from 0. 4 0. 4 LogMAR to 0. 2 0. 4 logMAR at 9 months. Results: In patients with POAG, combined therapy with phacoemulsification, ab-interno trabeculectomy, and endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation successfully reduced IOP and glaucoma medication dependence in patients with POAG.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.11403/v3


Primary Outcomes of Combined Cataract Extraction Technique with Ab-interno Trabeculectomy and Endoscopic Cyclophotocoagulation in Patients with Primary Open Angle Glaucoma

Abstract Background: In patients with primary open angle glaucoma, patients with primary open angle glaucoma have the ability to determine the effect of using a combination phacoemulsification procedure, ab-interno trabeculectomy dual blade, and endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation procedures. Methods: On 27 eyes with both primary open-angle glaucoma and cataract, a retrospective case series was conducted, including both primary open-angle glaucoma and cataract; each eye was treated with combined phacoemulsification, ab-interno trabeculectomy-Kahook Dual Blade and Endocyclophotocoagulation at Instituto de ojos Oftalud, Lima, Peru, between April 2017 and May 2017. According to the Glaucoma Grading Scale, 1 patients with uncontrolled mild to advanced POAG treatment are affected by rapid change in the visual fields, at least two patients with uncontrolled mild to moderate POAG — and several more with two or more glaucoma medications, with at least two patients dying within a short period of time. At 9 months, logMAR increased from 0. 4 p. 0. 001 to 0. 2 0. 4 logMAR at the highest rate. Preoperative best corrected visual acuity BCVA saw and increase from 0. 4 percent to 0. 2 0. 4 logMAR.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.11403/v2


Primary Outcomes of combined cataract extraction technique with ab-interno trabeculectomy Dual-Blade and Endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation in patients with primary open angle glaucoma

Abstract Purpose: To provide update on the primary outcomes of a combined phacoemulsification technique with ab-interno trabeculectomy Dual Blade and Endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation in patients with primary open angle glaucoma. According to Glaucoma Grading Scale, cataract disease, treatment with two or more glaucoma medications, and visual field defects were all worsening. Preoperatively, 17. 0 mmHg, 11. 6. 9mmHg, 6 months, and 11. 4 mmHg at 9 months were observed in the mean IOP. At 9 months, there was a corresponding decrease in glaucoma medications from 1. 9 percent at mean to 0. 56 percent at 9. 05, which was a decrease of 1. 9 billion at nine months. At 9 months, Preoperative best corrected visual acuity showed and increased surgical value from 0. 4 logMAR to 0. 2 logMAR, with a 0. 3 logMAR conversion from 0. 4 logMAR to 0. 3 logMAR. Conclusions: Cataract extraction with phacoemulsification, ab-interno trabeculectomy Dual Blade and endoscopic Cyclophotocoagulation effectively reduced the IOP and dependence on glaucoma drugs thanks in large part to glaucoma drugs.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.11403/v1


Scleral Concave Pool Trabeculectomy Combined Phacoemulsification in Primary Open-Angle Glaucoma with Cataract.

Abstract Background: Objectives: aims to investigate the safety and effectiveness of scleral concave pool trabeculectomy combined phacoemulsification for eye eyes with coexisting cataract and primary open-angle glaucoma. As the control group, fourteen eyes were set under SCPT mixed phacoemulsification, and 16 eyes were given conventional phacoemulsification. In the enhancement of BCVA, decrease of IOP, and the number of eyes that needed IOP-lowering drugs during a 6-month visit, there was no significant difference between control and study group. The rate of forming functioning blebs in the study and control groups was significantly different on the previous visit. 5 eyes developed hypotonyuff0cand 1 eye had limited choroidal detachment, but in the control group, 1 eye had malignant glaucoma. Conclusion: The SCPT combined phacoemulsification is a safe and cost-effective alternative to traditional phacotrabeculectomy for patients with POAG and visually impaired cataracts.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.19458/v2


Safety and Efficacy of Scleral Concave Pool Trabeculectomy Combined Phacoemulsification for Eyes with Coexisting Cataract and Primary Open Angle Glaucoma.

Methods was a retrospective, controlled, interventional case series that looked at the feasibility and effectiveness of scleral concave pool tractuosification for eyes with coexisting cataract and primary open angle glaucoma. Objective: Objectives : This paper was intended to study the safety and effectiveness of scleral concave pool trabeculectomy combined phacoemulsification for eyes with coexisting cataract and primary open angle glaucoma As the research group, fourteen eyes were supposed to receive SCPT combined phacoemulsification, and 16 eyes were treated as the control group, while 16 eyes underwent standard phacoemulsification. There was no significant difference between control and study group in the improvement of BCVA, reduction of IOP, and the number of eyes that required IOP-lowering drugs during a 6-month visit. In the experimental group, 5 eyes developed shallow anterior chamber,and 1 eye showed limited choroidal detachment, but in the control group, 1 eye developed malignant glaucoma. Conclusion The SCPT's combined phacoemulsification procedure is a safe and effective alternative to conventional phacotrabeculectomy for patients with POAG and visually impaired cataract patients.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.19458/v1


Long Term Outcomes of Cataract Surgery in Severe and End Stage Glaucoma with Controlled IOP:A Retrospective Study

Objectives: A retrospective review of primary angle closure glaucoma patients with preoperative intraocular pressure less than 21 percent was done to determine the contributing factors. According to a linear regression study, the higher mean error, higher visual field index, and lower glaucoma stage all improved final visual acuity. Compared to ten eyes at baseline, the eyes with intraocular pressure above 15 mmHg were reduced to 6 eyes in comparison to ten eyes at baseline, although the eyes with intraocular pressure under 15 mmHg were not reduced to 6 eyes. Among other things, the number of eyes free of medications was greatly increased from 4 preoperatively to 15 eyes postoperatively, and the number of eyes free of medications was also increased by 58 percent after cataract surgery.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.2.17700/v2

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