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Diurnal variations in luminal and stromal areas of choroid in normal eyes
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    Re:Diurnal variations in luminal and stromal areas of choroid in normal eyes

    Dear Editor,

    We thank Drs. Uzun and Pehlivan for their interest and comments to our article.[1] We compared and correlated the central choroidal thickness to the different choridal parameters at different times between 9:00 h and 18:00 h. We compared the findings between 09:00 h and 12:00 h, 09:00 h and 15:00 h, 09:00 h and 18:00 h, 12:00 h and 15:00 h, 12:00 h and 18:00 h, and 15:00 h and 18:00 h. There were...

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    Diurnal variations in luminal and stromal areas of choroid in normal eyes
    • Salih Uzun, M.D.
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      • Emre Pehlivan

    Dear Editor, We have read and reviewed the article entitled as "Diurnal variations in luminal and stromal areas of choroid in normal eyes'' by Kinoshita et al. with great interest [1]. The authors analyzed systemic blood pressure, heart rate, intraocular pressure, central choroidal thickness (CCT), total cross-sectional choroidal area, the luminal areas, stromal areas and the ratio of luminal area to total choroidal area...

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