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Exploratory Probes, Eye, Canaloplasty

Definition : Exploratory probes intended mainly to keep open a channel between the anterior chamber of the eye and the subconjunctival space for drainage of fluid. These devices typically consist of slender flexible metallic or plastic cylinders that can be passed through the trabeculum. They may be attached to a handle at the proximal end. The probe is threaded into the main collector channel (Schlemm's canal) and is pushed through into the front chamber of the eye. Canaloplasty exploratory probes are intended to facilitate drainage of the aqueous humor in patients suffering from glaucoma.

Entry Terms : "Canaloplasty Exploratory Probes"

UMDC code : 31184

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IRIDEX Corporation was founded in 1989 and is a worldwide leader in developing, manufacturing, and marketing innovative and versatile laser-based medical systems, delivery devices and consumable instrumentation for the ophthalmology and otolaryngology market. We maintain a deep commitment to the success of our customers, with comprehensive technical, clinical, and service support programs.

Katena Products Inc

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Katena Products, Inc. is the largest independently owned American company dedicated exclusively to ophthalmic surgical instrumentation. Katena offers its products to over 7,000 customers in the United States and, through a global network of distributors, to customers in more than 100 countries around the world.

Pelion Surgical LLC

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