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Figure 3: Anterior-chamber angle findings after microhook ab-interno trabeculotomy. (a) Observation of the anterior-chamber angle using anterior-segment optical coherence tomography (Casia 2, Tomey). A trabeculotomy cleft is seen in both the temporal and nasal angles (arrows) postoperatively in the right eye. (b) Observation of the entire anterior-chamber angle using a 360° gonioscope (GS-1, Nidek).[21] Small but interrupted peripheral anterior synechiae (arrows) are seen postoperatively in the right eye

Figure 3: Anterior-chamber angle findings after microhook <i>ab-interno</i> trabeculotomy. (a) Observation of the anterior-chamber angle using anterior-segment optical coherence tomography (Casia 2, Tomey). A trabeculotomy cleft is seen in both the temporal and nasal angles (arrows) postoperatively in the right eye. (b) Observation of the entire anterior-chamber angle using a 360° gonioscope (GS-1, Nidek).<sup>[21]</sup> Small but interrupted peripheral anterior synechiae (arrows) are seen postoperatively in the right eye