Gabriel Kouogan

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To quantify glaucoma-related parameters in a rural African region. In a population-based investigation, 635 persons in six villages underwent slit-lamp examination including investigation of the optic nerve head with a 90D lens and Goldmann applanation tonometry. The mean age of the persons was 49.4 ± 19 years, minimum 5, maximum 90, median 52 years. The(More)
“Controlled cyclophotocoagulation” is a real-time dosage control which reduces the complications of transscleral cyclophotocoagulation to a negligible amount in European eyes. Applied to a few African eyes, however, the method failed. Obviously, the physical parameters of the laser procedure need adjustment to African eyes. After theoretical investigations(More)
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