ILLUSTRATION

Laser Treatment (Glaucoma)

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This image was produced to illustrate the mechanism of laser treatment for narrow-angle glaucoma. Lasers are used to make a small opening in the peripheral iris (blue), altering the fluid dynamics within the eye and relieving intraocular pressure.

XVIVO combines exceptional artistic and technical skills with a strong understanding of biology and an exemplary responsiveness to educational needs and objectives.

William Segraves, Associate Professor Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, Yale University
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