Comparison of Aqueous Outflow Facility Measurement by Pneumatonography and Digital Schiøtz Tonography

  title={Comparison of Aqueous Outflow Facility Measurement by Pneumatonography and Digital Schi{\o}tz Tonography},
  author={A. Kazemi and J. McLaren and S. Lin and C. Toris and V. Gulati and S. Moroi and A. Sit},
  journal={Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science},
  pages={204 - 210}
  • A. Kazemi, J. McLaren, +4 authors A. Sit
  • Published 2017
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science
Purpose It is not known if outflow facilities measured by pneumatonography and Schiøtz tonography are interchangeable. In this study we compared outflow facility measured by pneumatonography to outflow facility measured by digital Schiøtz tonography. Methods Fifty-six eyes from 28 healthy participants, ages 41 to 68 years, were included. Intraocular pressure (IOP) was measured in the sitting and supine positions with a pneumatonometer. With the subject in the supine position, IOP was recorded… Expand
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