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The thickness of the sclera has been morphologically examined in 165 cadaver eyes and the thickness of the reticular plate (RP) in 68 eyes in open-angle glaucoma, atherosclerosis, and involution. The measurements have shown that the sclera and RP are thinner in atherosclerosis than in the control, this process being more manifest in the RP. The RP(More)
The authors analyze the results of a morphologic examination of 5 trephination scleral disks in various types of corneal curvature changes: with ectasia of the lower half of the cornea (1), with uneven corneal ectasia (1), with true keratoconus (2), and with keratoglobus (1), and come to a conclusion that involvement of the scleral connective tissue(More)