ECPL: Endoscopic Cycloplasty for Plateau Iris Syndrome
(ECP for Plateau Iris Syndrome - ECPL)
A new technique for managing angle-closure glaucoma secondary to plateau iris syndrome.
Dominik W. Podbielski, MD; Devesh K. Varma, MD, FRCSC; Diamond Y. Tam, MD; and Iqbal Ike K. Ahmed, MD, FRCSC
ECP for Cyclodialysis Cleft
ECP for the Treatment of a Cyclodialysis Cleft in a Pediatric Patient
Glaucoma Today, Fall 2010
An 8-year-old boy was struck in the eye with a paddleball and referred to the Dean McGee Eye Institute/University of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City. He was previously observed for 3 months and underwent several examinations under anesthesia in an attempt to diagnose a cyclodialysis cleft,
Mahmoud A. Khaimi, MD
ECP and Endoscopy with Keratoprosthesis
ECP in an Eye with Keratoprosthesis
This case shows Endoscopic Cyclophotocoagulation (ECP) in an eye with Keratoprosthesis.
Endoscopic Cataract Surgery
Endoscopy can be a valuable adjunct in cataract surgery. Dr. Durval M. Carvalho, Jr., Brazil, has discovered the use of the endoscope to assist with cataract surgery in a patients with a cloudy cornea.
Assistance of Endoscopy in Cataract Surgery
by Durval M. Carvalho, Jr MD
Endoscopic Cataract Surgery in a Patient with Central Cloudy Cornea of Francois
by Steven M. Silverstein MD, FACS
A Rollercoaster Ride
Unexpected twists and turns make for a complicated management plan.
Glaucoma Today, Jan/Feb 2017
Patients with high myopia are more prone to hypotony maculopathy even at physiologic IOP (especially following pars plana vitrectomy) and may be poor candidates for an iris-sutured IOL due to iridodonesis. The ocular endoscope system is helpful in determining the cause of persistent uveitis-glaucomahyphema syndrome.
Brian A. Francis, MD, MS