Contemporary Glaucoma Therapy: A World Transformed

Thomas, Randall; Melton, Ron
July 2004
Review of Optometry;7/15/2004 Supplement, Vol. 141, p3
Trade Publication
Highlights various theories for the prevention and treatment of glaucoma Advantages of reducing intraocular pressure (IOP); Application of pachymetry as the standard of care; Measures for enhancing the accuracy of IOP measurement.


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