Argon laser suture lysis following glaucoma filtering surgery – A short introduction to the procedure
Medical Laser Application, 11/23/2010

Keicher AS et al. – After glaucoma filtering surgery, argon laser suture lysis is an effective tool for postoperative regulation of aqueous humor flow and formation of the filtration bleb to guarantee the success of surgery.

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