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The survey of a population of 7 patients with malignant glaucoma, whose 3 were bilateral, showed that the total length of these eyes was weaker, the corneal radius shorter, the anterior chamber more shallow and the insertion of the lens more anterior than that of eyeballs with angle-closure glaucoma on the whole. These latter, we must remind, are already(More)
Echography was performed on 38 eyes enucleated for suspected retinoblastoma. The two major criteria for the echographic diagnosis of retinoblastoma were the presence of intratumoral calcifications and normal axial length of the eye with respect to age. No errors in diagnosis were made on the 25 eyes considered to be cases of retinoblastoma by echographic(More)