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The collagen matrix of the human trabecular meshwork is an extension of the novel pre-Descemet's layer (Dua's layer)
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    Dua's Layer and Success of Non Penetrating Glaucoma Filtering surgery
    • Sunil R Moreker, Consultant Eye Surgeon
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      • Harshvardhan Ghorpade, Mayur Moreker

    Dear Editor,

    We read with interest the article on extension of Dua's layer into trabecular meshwork.(1)This knowledge has implications also in success of newer surgeries like deep sclerectomy. Deep Sclerectomy is a safer option to trabeculectomy but is known to fail in some cases (2)(3). Guedes et al(4) have investigated the factors affecting the success of this surgery. George Kistos et al (5) have discussed a...

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