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Budenz et al (see page 732)

The retinal nerve fiber layer thickness reaches the floor earlier than the visual field during the course of glaucoma. Visual field rather than retinal nerve fiber layer thickness is useful for disease monitoring in advanced glaucoma.

Weinreb et al (see page 738)

In a trial of 413 subjects randomised to one of 4 concentrations of latanoprostene bunod (LBN), or latanoprost, LBN 0.024% was the lower of the two most effective concentrations evaluated with significantly greater IOP lowering and similar side effects to latanoprost 0.005%.

Choi et al (see page 746)

In a study of 82 normal-tension glaucoma patients, the authors report that corneal hysteresis as measured by the ocular response analyzer may be associated with progression of visual field damage.

Williams et al (see page 752)

In a study of 214 children without developmental problems, different aspects of visuocognitive function were tested to provide normative data.

Rhiu et al (see page 757)

In a case–control study of exotropia in patients with and without cerebral palsy who underwent bilateral lateral rectus recesssion, cerabral palsy patients …

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