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    SLT valuable tool in individualized approach for glaucoma management

    Benefits stem from ability to reduce IOP, use as diagnostic aid, synergy with MIGS


    Final thoughts

    SLT, with its ability to reduce IOP in glaucoma patients, its usefulness as a potential diagnostic aid, and its synergy with MIGS is a valuable and underutilized tool in the surgeon’s vast arsenal.


    Inder Paul Singh, MD

    E: [email protected]

    Dr. Singh is an ophthalmologic surgeon from The Eye Center of Racine and Kenosha, WI. Dr. Singh is a consultant of Ellex.



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