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POSTOPERATIVE GLAUCOMA

POSTOPERATIVE GLAUCOMA Abstract Rydel,1 professor of ophthalmology at Krakow, Poland, was apparently the first to make exact observations on postoperative glaucoma. And in 1865 Sir William Bowman2 warned that "the vitreous humor should not be encouraged to come through the opening made in the capsule . . . wide excursions of the needle . . . are apt to disturb the vitreous and cause it to press thence afterwards through the pupil occasioning irritation of the iris by displacement, and sometimes consequent heightened globe-tension of the glaucomatous type. . . . Such glaucomatous tension is particularly apt to come on after needle operations." In 1869 von Graefe3 called attention to glaucoma following cataract extraction and discission and noted that it more frequently followed discission after simple extraction than discission after combined operations. He attributed the glaucoma to two causes: (1) the retention from secondary capsular cataract of cortical material, which after needling is liable to swell and References 1. Rydel, quoted by Wicherkiewicz, M.: Ann. d'ocul. 132:5, 1904. 2. Bowman, William: Ophth. Hosp. Rep. ( (pt. 4) ) 4:365, 1865. 3. von Graefe, A.: Arch. Ophth. 15:221, 1869. 4. Smith, Priestley, quoted by Collins, E. T.: Tr. Ophth. Soc. U. Kingdom 10:108, 1890. 5. Stoelting: Ophth. Rev. 7:138, 1888. 6. Schleztendal: Klin. Monatsbl. f. Augenh. 26:91 ( (Feb.) ) 1888. 7. Natanson: Abstr., Arch. d'opht. 10:282, 1890. 8. Collins, E. T.: Tr. Ophth. Soc. U. Kingdom 10:108, 1890. 9. Buller, F.: Am. J. Ophth. 8:313 ( (Oct.) ) 1891. 10. Knapp, H.: Arch. Ophth. 21:293, 1892. 11. Knapp, H.: Arch. f. Augenh. 30:1, 1894. 12. Rennecke, H. Glaukom in aphakischen Auge, Inaug. Dissert., Berlin, C. Vogt, 1893. 13. Collins, E. T.: Researches into the Anatomy and Pathology of the Eye , London, H. K. Lewis, 1896, p. 107. 14. Mitchell, S.: Ophth. Rec. 6:355 ( (July) ) 1897. 15. Knapp, H., in Norris, W. F., and Oliver, C. A.: System of Diseases of the Eye , Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Company, 1898, vol. 3, p. 786. 16. Risley, S. D.: Am. J. Ophth. 16:328, 1899. 17. Taylor, C. B.: Lancet 2:734, 1900.Crossref 18. da Gama Pinto, J.: Ann. d'ocul. 117:122, 1897. 19. Elschnig: Klin. Monatsbl. f. Augenh. 41:247 ( (March) ) 1903. 20. Wootton, H. W.: Arch. Ophth. 45:594, 1916. 21. Dalén, A.: Mitt. a. d. Augenklin. d. Carolin. med.-chir. Inst. zu Stockholm , 1901, no. (3) , p. 75. 22. Dupuy-Dutemps: Ann. d'ocul. 132:93, 1904. 23. Bronner, quoted by Dupuy-Dutemps.22 24. Wicherkiewicz, M.: Ann. d'ocul. 132:5, 1904. 25. Windsor, T.: Ophth. Rev. 3:146, 1867. 26. Bulson, A. E.: Tr. Am. Acad. Ophth. , 1907, p. 236. 27. Fridenberg, J.: Tr. Am. Acad. Ophth. , 1907, p. 241. 28. Knapp, A.: Arch. Ophth. 30:45, 1910. 29. Chance, B.: Ophthalmology 6:565 ( (July) ) 1910. 30. Goldberger, H. G.: Ophthalmology 6:570 ( (July) ) 1910. 31. Risley, S. D.: Ophthalmology 6:572 ( (July) ) 1910. 32. Collins, E. T.: Tr. Ophth. Soc. U. Kingdom 34:39, 1914 33. Brit. M. J. 2:433, 1905. 34. Lloyd, R. I.: Am. J. Ophth. 2:601 ( (Aug.) ) 1919. 35. Stieren, E.: Am. J. Ophth. 4:424 ( (June) ) 1921. 36. Lichtenberg, J. S.: J. Missouri M. A. 19:345 ( (Aug.) ) 1922. 37. Ralston, W., and Goar, E. L.: South. M. J. 15:581 ( (July) ) 1922.Crossref 38. Lambert: Arch. Ophth. 52:268, 1923. 39. Hardy, W. F.: Am. J. Ophth. 9:593 ( (Aug.) ) 1926. 40. Fage: Arch. d'opht. 43:408 ( (July) ) 1926. 41. Knapp, A.: Rôle of Lens Capsule in Complications of Cataract Operation , J. A. M. A. 91:1794 ( (Dec. 8) ) 1928.Crossref 42. Covara, V.: Atti. d. r. Accad. d. fisiocrit. di Siena 3:679, 1928. 43. Amin Bey, M.: Bull. Ophth. Soc. Egypt 22:70, 1929. 44. Morax, V.: Bull. et mém. Soc. franç. d'opht. 43:84, 1930. 45. Wolfe, O.: Am. J. Ophth. 14:769 ( (Aug.) ) 1931. 46. Koby, F. E.: Slit-Lamp Microscopy of the Living Eye: Early Diagnosis and Symptomatology of Affections of the Anterior Segment of the Eye , ed. 2, Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1930, p. 309. 47. Butler, T. H.: An Illustrated Guide to the Slit Lamp , New York, Oxford University Press, 1927, p. 121. 48. Knapp, A.: Arch. Ophth. 44:1 ( (Jan.) ) 1915 49. 50:426 (Sept.) 1921 50. Extraction of Cataract: Report of Third Hundred Successive Extractions in Capsule After Preliminary Subluxation with Capsule Forceps , 5:575 ( (April) ) 1931. 51. Knapp, A.: Intracapsular Operation for Cataract: Report on Fourth Hundred Successive Extractions , Arch. Ophth. 10:6 ( (July) ) 1933.Crossref 52. Knapp, A.: Arch. Ophth. 55:257 ( (May) ) 1926. 53. de Almeida, G.: Brasil-med. 1:15 ( (Jan.) ) 1923. 54. Troncoso, U.: Ann. d'ocul. 126:401, 1901. 55. Barraquer, I.: Bull. et mém. Soc. franç. d'opht. 45:179, 1932. 56. Parker, W. R.: Comparative Results in Extraction of Senile Cataracts Using Combined, Simple and Knapp-Török Intracapsular Methods , Arch. Ophth. 11:183 ( (Jan.) ) 1934.Crossref 57. Risley.16 Knapp.40 58. Chance.29 Knapp.40 59. Fage.39 Wolfe.44 60. Knapp.10 Knapp.11 61. Gifford, S. R.: A Hand-Book of Ocular Therapeutics , Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, 1932, p. 201. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Ophthalmology American Medical Association

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Abstract Rydel,1 professor of ophthalmology at Krakow, Poland, was apparently the first to make exact observations on postoperative glaucoma. And in 1865 Sir William Bowman2 warned that "the vitreous humor should not be encouraged to come through the opening made in the capsule . . . wide excursions of the needle . . . are apt to disturb the vitreous and cause it to press thence afterwards through the pupil occasioning irritation of the iris by displacement, and sometimes consequent heightened globe-tension of the glaucomatous type. . . . Such glaucomatous tension is particularly apt to come on after needle operations." In 1869 von Graefe3 called attention to glaucoma following cataract extraction and discission and noted that it more frequently followed discission after simple extraction than discission after combined operations. He attributed the glaucoma to two causes: (1) the retention from secondary capsular cataract of cortical material, which after needling is liable to swell and References 1. Rydel, quoted by Wicherkiewicz, M.: Ann. d'ocul. 132:5, 1904. 2. Bowman, William: Ophth. Hosp. Rep. ( (pt. 4) ) 4:365, 1865. 3. von Graefe, A.: Arch. Ophth. 15:221, 1869. 4. Smith, Priestley, quoted by Collins, E. T.: Tr. Ophth. Soc. U. Kingdom 10:108, 1890. 5. Stoelting: Ophth. Rev. 7:138, 1888. 6. Schleztendal: Klin. Monatsbl. f. Augenh. 26:91 ( (Feb.) ) 1888. 7. Natanson: Abstr., Arch. d'opht. 10:282, 1890. 8. Collins, E. T.: Tr. Ophth. Soc. U. Kingdom 10:108, 1890. 9. Buller, F.: Am. J. Ophth. 8:313 ( (Oct.) ) 1891. 10. Knapp, H.: Arch. Ophth. 21:293, 1892. 11. Knapp, H.: Arch. f. Augenh. 30:1, 1894. 12. Rennecke, H. Glaukom in aphakischen Auge, Inaug. Dissert., Berlin, C. Vogt, 1893. 13. Collins, E. T.: Researches into the Anatomy and Pathology of the Eye , London, H. K. Lewis, 1896, p. 107. 14. Mitchell, S.: Ophth. Rec. 6:355 ( (July) ) 1897. 15. Knapp, H., in Norris, W. F., and Oliver, C. A.: System of Diseases of the Eye , Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Company, 1898, vol. 3, p. 786. 16. Risley, S. D.: Am. J. Ophth. 16:328, 1899. 17. Taylor, C. B.: Lancet 2:734, 1900.Crossref 18. da Gama Pinto, J.: Ann. d'ocul. 117:122, 1897. 19. Elschnig: Klin. Monatsbl. f. Augenh. 41:247 ( (March) ) 1903. 20. Wootton, H. W.: Arch. Ophth. 45:594, 1916. 21. Dalén, A.: Mitt. a. d. Augenklin. d. Carolin. med.-chir. Inst. zu Stockholm , 1901, no. (3) , p. 75. 22. Dupuy-Dutemps: Ann. d'ocul. 132:93, 1904. 23. Bronner, quoted by Dupuy-Dutemps.22 24. Wicherkiewicz, M.: Ann. d'ocul. 132:5, 1904. 25. Windsor, T.: Ophth. Rev. 3:146, 1867. 26. Bulson, A. E.: Tr. Am. Acad. Ophth. , 1907, p. 236. 27. Fridenberg, J.: Tr. Am. Acad. Ophth. , 1907, p. 241. 28. Knapp, A.: Arch. Ophth. 30:45, 1910. 29. Chance, B.: Ophthalmology 6:565 ( (July) ) 1910. 30. Goldberger, H. G.: Ophthalmology 6:570 ( (July) ) 1910. 31. Risley, S. D.: Ophthalmology 6:572 ( (July) ) 1910. 32. Collins, E. T.: Tr. Ophth. Soc. U. Kingdom 34:39, 1914 33. Brit. M. J. 2:433, 1905. 34. Lloyd, R. I.: Am. J. Ophth. 2:601 ( (Aug.) ) 1919. 35. Stieren, E.: Am. J. Ophth. 4:424 ( (June) ) 1921. 36. Lichtenberg, J. S.: J. Missouri M. A. 19:345 ( (Aug.) ) 1922. 37. Ralston, W., and Goar, E. L.: South. M. J. 15:581 ( (July) ) 1922.Crossref 38. Lambert: Arch. Ophth. 52:268, 1923. 39. Hardy, W. F.: Am. J. Ophth. 9:593 ( (Aug.) ) 1926. 40. Fage: Arch. d'opht. 43:408 ( (July) ) 1926. 41. Knapp, A.: Rôle of Lens Capsule in Complications of Cataract Operation , J. A. M. A. 91:1794 ( (Dec. 8) ) 1928.Crossref 42. Covara, V.: Atti. d. r. Accad. d. fisiocrit. di Siena 3:679, 1928. 43. Amin Bey, M.: Bull. Ophth. Soc. Egypt 22:70, 1929. 44. Morax, V.: Bull. et mém. Soc. franç. d'opht. 43:84, 1930. 45. Wolfe, O.: Am. J. Ophth. 14:769 ( (Aug.) ) 1931. 46. Koby, F. E.: Slit-Lamp Microscopy of the Living Eye: Early Diagnosis and Symptomatology of Affections of the Anterior Segment of the Eye , ed. 2, Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1930, p. 309. 47. Butler, T. H.: An Illustrated Guide to the Slit Lamp , New York, Oxford University Press, 1927, p. 121. 48. Knapp, A.: Arch. Ophth. 44:1 ( (Jan.) ) 1915 49. 50:426 (Sept.) 1921 50. Extraction of Cataract: Report of Third Hundred Successive Extractions in Capsule After Preliminary Subluxation with Capsule Forceps , 5:575 ( (April) ) 1931. 51. Knapp, A.: Intracapsular Operation for Cataract: Report on Fourth Hundred Successive Extractions , Arch. Ophth. 10:6 ( (July) ) 1933.Crossref 52. Knapp, A.: Arch. Ophth. 55:257 ( (May) ) 1926. 53. de Almeida, G.: Brasil-med. 1:15 ( (Jan.) ) 1923. 54. Troncoso, U.: Ann. d'ocul. 126:401, 1901. 55. Barraquer, I.: Bull. et mém. Soc. franç. d'opht. 45:179, 1932. 56. Parker, W. R.: Comparative Results in Extraction of Senile Cataracts Using Combined, Simple and Knapp-Török Intracapsular Methods , Arch. Ophth. 11:183 ( (Jan.) ) 1934.Crossref 57. Risley.16 Knapp.40 58. Chance.29 Knapp.40 59. Fage.39 Wolfe.44 60. Knapp.10 Knapp.11 61. Gifford, S. R.: A Hand-Book of Ocular Therapeutics , Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, 1932, p. 201.

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Archives of OphthalmologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Oct 1, 1936

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