Do sex and hormonal status influence choroidal circulation?

@article{Centofanti2000DoSA,
  title={Do sex and hormonal status influence choroidal circulation?},
  author={M. Centofanti and S. Bonini and G. Manni and C. Guinetti-Neusch{\"u}ler and M. G. Bucci and A. Harris},
  journal={British Journal of Ophthalmology},
  year={2000},
  volume={84},
  pages={786 - 787}
}
AIMS To investigate the relation between pulse amplitude (PA), pulsatile ocular blood flow (POBF), and sex and hormonal status. METHODS Measurements of POBF and PA were obtained by ocular blood flow tonography in 76 healthy subjects: 32 males and 44 females (age range 17–77 years). Females were divided into two age groups: group 1 (premenopausal) 17–42 years, and group 2 (post-menopausal) 55 years old and over. Two groups of age matched males served as controls. RESULTS Premenopausal females… Expand
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