Analysis of false-positive borderline diagnoses in a glaucoma detection program.


Various glaucoma tests were given to 465 patients from the Department of Ophthalmology, University of Tennessee College of Medicine. An average of approximately 1.5 false-positive tests was found in each of 122 borderline cases that were proved not to have glaucoma after a continuous follow-up of from three months to three years. The significance of these… (More)


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