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    AGS 2017
    04:41
    Glaucoma, IOP and Aqueous Flow, Surgical Management

    In this video presentation, Dr. Doug Esson places an Ahmed implant in a dog's eye. To avoid symptomatic complications, he suggests timing the surgical intervention, priming the valve, and diligent hemostasis. Dr. Esson's first choice is to place the implant in the superior temporal quadrant, followed by the superior nasal, inferior temporal, and inferior nasal quadrants.