Prostaglandins on uveoscleral outflow

It is widely acknowledged that prostaglandins (PGs) raise uveoscleral outflow, which lowers intraocular pressure. Interest in the uveoscleral outflow has grown as PGs are increasingly used to decrease intraocular pressure. Uveoscleral outflow travels to the posterior pole of the eye via the suprachoroidal space after passing via extracellular gaps in the ciliary muscle.

  • Intraocular pressure
  • Prostaglandins
  • Matrix metalloproteinases

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