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Early after surgery, we want the pressure to stay a bit over the target. It helps to fool the eye into thinking nothing happened. So on the one day, one week, and three week visits there are about four visits all together , you may hear that the pressure is still higher than the target. We plan that, and lower it into the target range gradually. Remember that the flap of sclera was sewn with stitches—these can be released or melted to reduce their tension, so aqueous flows faster through the hole and the pressure falls.

Some surgeons use releasable sutures that are removed during a standard eye exam without any pain. My favorite is to melt them under the surface with a tiny laser delivery, one at a time. In a review of trabeculectomies done at the Wilmer Glaucoma Center of Excellence, with lots of different patients, some with very difficult problems, over two-thirds were still at their target and on no medicine five years afterwards, and no further surgery had been needed for the eye.

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The main issues that come up after trabeculectomy other than pressure failure are: too low a pressure sometimes due to a leaking bleb , early or later infection, discomfort caused by the bleb area, and bleeding inside the eye. Low pressure can cause blurred or variable vision. When pressure is very low, the layers of the eye wall can fail to stay in their normal position. They drift off into the eye, causing dark shadows that block vision.

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These are called choroidal detachments and they do not harm the eye permanently. Another condition can occur when the pressure is low called hypotony maculopathy. In this, the back of the eye becomes slightly folded like a balloon losing air , blurring vision.

While these are uncommon events, they could lead to permanent changes in vision, so we treat to raise the pressure. Low pressure hypotony is fixed by removing the conjunctiva over the bleb, advancing the conjunctiva to cover the area, and restitching the flap back tightly. This is most often successful and in the vast majority, vision is improved and the target pressure is still achieved.

Any operation can have bacteria enter the eye during surgery. We take lots of steps to keep them out of the eye and to sterilize the eye surface just prior to surgery, but one in 3, glaucoma operations have an infection develop in the first month. We let patients know the signs of infection that they should look for. When they call us promptly about such symptoms, we are very successful at treating infection without bad results.

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Holman Christian Standard Bible The wise man has eyes in his head, but the fool walks in darkness. International Standard Version The wise use their eyes, but the fool walks in darkness. I also perceived that the same outcome affects them all. NET Bible The wise man can see where he is going, but the fool walks in darkness. Yet I also realized that the same fate happens to them both.

New Heart English Bible The wise man's eyes are in his head, and the fool walks in darkness--and yet I perceived that one event happens to them all. But I have also come to realize that the same destiny waits for both of them. And I also perceived that one event happeneth to them all. Jubilee Bible The wise man has his eyes in his head, but the fool walks in darkness: And I myself also understood that one event happens to the one and to the other. King James Bible The wise man's eyes are in his head; but the fool walks in darkness: and I myself perceived also that one fate happens to them all.

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American King James Version The wise man's eyes are in his head; but the fool walks in darkness: and I myself perceived also that one event happens to them all. American Standard Version The wise man's eyes are in his head, and the fool walketh in darkness: and yet I perceived that one event happeneth to them all.

Brenton Septuagint Translation The wise man's eyes are in his head; but the fool walks in darkness: and I perceived, even I, that one event shall happen to them all.


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