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Chen Xin, Huangzhou Wang, Ningli Wang; Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery: What Do We Know? Where Should We Go?. Trans. Vis. Sci. Tech. 2020;9(5):15. doi: https://doi.org/10.1167/tvst.9.5.15.
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With the arrival of a plethora of new and revolving minimally invasive glaucoma surgery techniques, glaucoma specialists currently are fortunate to have various surgical options that aim to recovery of the function of the aqueous outflow system in different ways. Meanwhile, the aqueous outflow system has become the hot point of researching. In ARVO 2019, a special interest group session was held on new perspectives on minimally invasive glaucoma surgery. Ten surgeons, clinical professors, and experimental scientists were invited to report their latest studies and discussed on five hot topics in this special interest group. This review summarizes the special interest group session and posts the issues of greatest concern, providing insight to the aqueous outflow system and areas that require further study.
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