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    By Davinder S. Grover, MD; Ronald L. Fellman, MD
    Annual Meeting 2013
    04:18
    Glaucoma

    The authors describe in two cases an ab interno technique for removal of a failed or malpositioned Ex-Press shunt.The patient in the first case had well-controlled IOP but developed debilitating ocular pain due to a malpositioned shunt. Following removal of the device, her pain was successfully treated and bleb function preserved. This technique was used in a second case with a failed bleb and a well-positioned device.