MIGS, cataract surgery combination benefits patients, surgeons

WAILEA, Hawaii — Ophthalmologists should consider combining cataract surgery with conventional outflow minimally invasive glaucoma surgery when treating patients with glaucoma, according to a speaker here.
“Combo is the right thing to do,” Lorraine M. Provencher, MD, said in a prerecorded presentation at Hawaiian Eye 2024. “It reduces [a patient’s] field progression over time, and it leads to fewer secondary surgical interventions.”
Provencher said that, when possible, she prefers combining cataract surgery and conventional outflow MIGS rather than cataract

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