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Continual monitoring of intraocular pressure: effect of central venous pressure, respiration, and eye movements on continual recordings of intraocular pressure in the rabbit, dog, and man.
  1. R. L. Cooper,
  2. D. G. Beale,
  3. I. J. Constable and
  4. G. C. Grose


    A new method has been devised for continual monitoring of intraocular pressure by radiotelemetry. The use of this instrument for monitoring intraocular pressure by a variety of ophthalmic conditions is described.

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