Intracorneal Hematoma After Ahmed Glaucoma Valve Implant Surgery

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Abstract

Intracorneal hematoma or hemorrhagic descemet detachment is a rare phenomenon. It has been previously described after nonpenetrating glaucoma surgeries such as canaloplasty, viscocanalostomy, and deep sclerectomy. In this report, we describe a rare case of intracorneal hematoma as a yet nondocumented complication after Ahmed glaucoma valve implant surgery.

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