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A listing of Glaucoma medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (111) clinical trials

Outcomes Mandate National Integration With Cannabis as Medicine

Medical cannabis has been legal in parts of the USA since 1996, with the stated intention of reducing pain (both acute and chronic) as well as for treatment of multiple other conditions. The original implementation of medical cannabis in the USA was implemented in California as a compassionate measure to …


Predicting the Effect of Laser Peripheral Iridotomy

Primary angle-closure glaucoma is the leading cause of blindness worldwide. It is associated with increased intraocular pressure, which causes optic nerve damage and field defects if untreated. The aqueous humor leaves the anterior chamber through the trabecular meshwork and flows into the aqueous vein and the superior scleral vein through …

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Comparative Study of the Cornea/Anterior Segment OCT CASIA2 and the RTVue XR OCT Avanti With AngioVue Software

This study is a prospective comparative, randomized, single center study to gather agreement and precision data in all subjects.

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Effect of Intra-subject Phaco/Trabectome vs. Phaco/Kahook Dual Blade on Intraocular Pressure

Trabectome is a type of Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS) where the Trabectome handpiece tip uses electrical current to cauterized and remove a strip of trabecular meshwork and the roof of Schlemm's canal to ease the outflow of aqueous. Kahook Dual Blade (KDB) procedure is another type of MIGS where …

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The Role of Transscleral Cyclophotocoagulation in Patients Undergoing a Boston Keratoprosthesis

RATIONAL OF THE STUDY The Boston keratoprosthesis (KPro) type is an artificial cornea used to restore vision in patients who have failed traditional corneal transplants or have a poor prognosis of success. A number of innovations have improved the postoperative prognosis since its first creation. However, glaucoma is still one …

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Timing of Glaucoma Drainage Device With Boston Keratoprosthesis

INTRODUCTION Glaucoma is a major problem for KPro candidates. Indeed, many diagnostic indications for KPro such as aniridia, chemical burns, trauma and repeated graft failure imply alteration of the iridocorneal angle, and consequently high intraocular pressure (IOP) and glaucoma. Accordingly, the prevalence of glaucoma before KPro surgery lies between 27% …

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Computer-aided Diagnosis of Ocular Diseases Based on Corneal Biomechanics

In this study, an eye twin based on finite element modeling is used to measure advanced properties of corneal biomechanics. Raw data of Corvis ST measurement are exported from the device and imported into the model. The outcome of these calculations are merged together and are compared to further clinical …

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SIGHT Study: Cost-effectiveness of InnFocus Microshunt Implantation vs. Trabeculectomy.

During the last decade, minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) procedures have been introduced to the market. MIGS procedures or devices, often small stents or tubes that can be placed into the eye, are potentially safer than standard trabeculectomy (TE). The surgery is faster and easier to perform. Patient recovery is …

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Stem Cell Ophthalmology Treatment Study II

Eyes with loss of vision from retinal or optic nerve conditions generally considered irreversible will be treated with a combination of injections of autologous bone marrow derived stem cells isolated from the bone marrow using standard medical and surgical practices. Retinal conditions may include degenerative, ischemic or physical damage ( …

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Functional and Structural Imaging for Glaucoma

Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness in the US. The diagnosis and monitoring of glaucoma are important problems, not only because of its prevalence, but also because of its silent and irreversible nature. However all of the current diagnostic tests have serious limitations. Although elevated intraocular pressure (IOP) …

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