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Published in Eye Care

Journal Scan / Research · September 08, 2016

Reduced Occular Blood Flow Is Associated With Retinal Changes in Glaucoma Patients of African Descent

Journal of Glaucoma


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Journal of Glaucoma
Reductions in Retrobulbar and Retinal Capillary Blood Flow Strongly Correlate With Changes in Optic Nerve Head and Retinal Morphology Over 4 Years in Open-Angle Glaucoma Patients of African Descent Compared With Patients of European Descent
J. Glaucoma 2016 Sep 01;25(9)750-757, B Siesky, A Harris, J Carr, A Verticchio Vercellin, RM Hussain, P Parekh Hembree, S Wentz, M Isaacs, G Eckert, NA Moore

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