An apparatus and method for treating presbyopia and lowering intraocular pressure employing an intra-scleral implant into an elongated cavity oriented in the radial direction of the eye. The implant has a planar portion with a longitudinal axis running therethrough and a pair of extension portions extending a distance away from said planar portion and said longitudinal axis. The implant is implanted in an incision in four quadrants of the sclera. The incisions are shaped similar to the implants. The projecting extensions into side projections of the incisions, provide an anchor to maintain the implant in the sclera.


> Medical device for analyte monitoring and drug delivery

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