Journal article

Revision Trabeculectomy: Pearls and Pitfalls.

Michael Coote, Jonathan Crowston

J Curr Glaucoma Pract | Published : 2012


Revision trabeculectomy is used to describe any surgical intervention subsequent to an existing trabeculectomy. Mostly, it is used to describe resurgery for failure of trabeculectomy, as defined by inadequate pressure control. Revision may also be performed for unsafe, uncomfortable or leaking blebs. Mostly bleb failure occurs within the subconjunctival space, although the flap and ostium may be involved or causative. Clear surgical principles, meticulous surgical technique and scrupulous postoperative care are key to successful revision surgery. This review is an attempt to elucidate the technique of bleb revision for bleb failure. How to cite this article: Coote M, Crowston J. Revision Tra..

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