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BACKGROUND To predict the effectiveness of topical glaucoma medications based on initial uniocular and binocular treatment. To test a traditional hypothesis that effectiveness following a uniocular trial is associated with the change in IOP in the initially treated eye minus the change in the initially untreated eye. To determine whether uniocular or(More)
PURPOSE To examine the prevalence of cataracts and cataract surgery in a population of mentally retarded adults. METHODS The prevalence of cataracts and cataract surgery was examined in a retrospective chart review. A total of 119 consecutive patients from the Southside Virginia Training Center for mentally retarded adults were seen in the authors'(More)
Numbers (1) and (2) were removed. Methods: As stated above, only bilateral primary open angle glaucoma patients are included in this version of the paper. The advantage of using all available follow-up visits is that more precise estimates of follow-up IOP can be made if multiple measurements are included (when available). In addition, there might be a(More)
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