The future of MIGS


Thiago Moulin

Arsham Sheybani

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Microinvasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) is maturing. With several devices being developed in the past few years, and some more in the pipeline, we expect some consolidation in the near future, as well as novel ways to use the current products. Surgeons should expect seeing more MIGS being used without concomitant cataract surgery, as well as in combination with other MIGS. A full spectrum of therapeutic options will develop to fill the need of patients in different disease stages. Further expanding the practice of the anterior segment surgeon are implantable drug- delivery and IOP-sensing devices. The future holds promise for the field.

New Concepts in Glaucoma Surgery Series: Volume 1, pp. 85-94 #6
Edited by: John R. Samples and Iqbal Ike K. Ahmed
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