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The first technique for non-invasive measurements of volumetric ophthalmic artery blood flow in humans
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    Non-invasive volumetric blood flow measurement in the orbit
    • Nemeth Janos, Ophthalmologist
    • Other Contributors:
      • Zoltan Harkanyi and Frigyes Humml, Department of Radiology, Heim Pal Children Hospital

    Dear Editor

    We read with great interest the article of Orge and co-workers[1] who claim a first-ever solution to the problem of non-invasive volumetric blood flow measurement in the ophthalmic artery. This is a very important topic both from the clinical and scientific point of view, since blood supply is an important parameter for example in glaucoma studies. However, to date for the orbital circulation only the bl...

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