Ab Externo Trabeculotomy Performed via Illuminated Microcatheter

In this video, a 7-month-old patient presenting with primary congenital glaucoma and corneal clouding has an ab externo trabeculotomy performed on her left eye. The procedure begins with subconjunctival dissection and formation of a temporal scleral flap to locate the back wall of Schlemm’s canal (SC). A 270-degree circumferential trabeculotomy is performed with an illuminated microcatheter. The microcatheter is blocked from completing a full 360 degree pass due to scarring from a previously failed superior trabeculectomy. A scleral cutdown is used to retrieve the microcatheter. Another 40 degrees of trabecular meshwork (TM) is incised in the opposite direction using a metal trabeculotome.

Primary Repair of Unilateral Complete Cleft Lip and Nose Deformities

The following video demonstrates the author’s method for repairing wide unilateral complete cleft lip and cleft nasal deformities.  Details of surgical markings as well as nuances of technique are demonstrated.  Video documentation of immediate results as well as progress of healing over the following year are included.

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