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Ocular blood flow and glaucoma
  1. A Martinez,
  2. M Sanchez
  1. Instituto Galego de Oftalmoloxia, Ames Ames, Spain;
  1. Dr A Martinez, Instituto Galego de Oftalmoloxía, C/ Rosalía de Castro, N° 80 5° C Milladoiro, Ames Ames 15895, Spain; tontxu_1999{at}

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We read with great interest the recent commentary by Stewart et al1 describing the evidence of the blood-flow disturbances in the pathogenesis of the glaucomatous damage. Although I agree with some of the findings of this excellent review, there are several important points that should be addressed:

  1. After reading this article, one may think that there is not evidence that ocular blood-flow abnormalities are involved in the pathogenesis of the glaucomatous damage. Different studies, using different devices, point in the same …

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