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The amount of intraocular pressure rise during pharmacological pupillary dilatation is an indicator of the likelihood of future progression of glaucoma
  1. George L Spaeth, 840 Walnut Street, Suite 1110, Philadelphia, PA 19107; gspaeth{at}willseye.org
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Siam GA, Monteiro de Barros DS, Gheith ME, et al
The amount of intraocular pressure rise during pharmacological pupillary dilatation is an indicator of the likelihood of future progression of glaucoma

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  • Accepted March 5, 2007
  • First published March 23, 2007.
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August 20, 2007

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