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Therapy of congenital glaucoma

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The primary therapy of all forms of primary and secondary congenital glaucoma is surgical. In the last few decades, the options for customized surgical approach to different types of childhood glaucoma have significantly developed. In particular, circumferential trabeculotomy has shown some superiority over conventional trabeculotomy and is now also used to treat secondary congenital glaucoma. Goniotomy is still a valid alternative. Tube implants in childhood glaucoma still need
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  • Childhood Glaucoma Center, Department of Ophthalmology, Universitätsmedizin Mainz, Germany
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