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Introduction: Trabeculotomy

Description of Trabeculotomy

Trabeculotomy: creation of a fistula between the anterior chamber of the eye and the subconjunctival space by surgical removal of a portion of the trabecular meshwork, performed to facilitate drainage of the aqueous humor in glaucoma.
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