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Measurements of axial and peripheral anterior chamber depth: accuracy of a photographic method.
  1. R. A. Hitchings,
  2. J. Romano and
  3. P. Clark


    The minimum significant (p = 0.05 level) detectable change noted on measuring anterior chamber depth by a photographic method was found to be 7% either way from the mean. The minimum significant change for a peripheral chamber depth 5 mm from the optic axis was found to be 25% either way.

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