MicroPulse not just for end-stage glaucoma patients

Sandra Fernando Sieminski
Traditional diode transscleral cyclophotocoagulation has been deeply ingrained as a procedure intended for patients with severe end-stage glaucoma and poor vision.
However, I have become increasingly comfortable using MicroPulse (Iridex) transscleral cyclophotocoagulation (MP-TSCPC) in earlier-stage glaucoma and in patients with good vision, including patients who have not had prior incisional glaucoma surgery. I have also found that is has been a useful option in patients with contraindications to more invasive surgery or who want to defer surgery for various reasons.

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