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The visual prognosis of the fellow eye in uniocular chronic open-angle glaucoma.
  1. R Susanna,
  2. S M Drance and
  3. G R Douglas


    The risks of damage to the visual field in a previously undamaged eye of patients with uniocular chronic open-angle glaucoma was found to be 1 out of 4 after 5 years of follow-up. The prognosis of the second eye was worse if the cup/disc ratio was greater than or equal to 0.5, a haemorrhage was present, and the pressure was raised.

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