A goniopuncture is a rarely performed surgical operation for congenital glaucoma, i.e. glaucoma believed to have been present since birth.
See also goniotomy, which is the first stage in goniopuncture.
Patients can generally obtain information about a goniopuncture and other procedures, from their ophthalmologist (ophthalmic surgeon).
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