Current techniques in MIGS, the theory behind the techniques,
relevant data on efficacy and safety
Recent advances in MIGS, ab interno and ab externo approaches,
data on products in development
MIGS used in clinical practice. Which product for which patient
Key factors for successful implantation of MIGS
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