RESULTS OF IRIDENCLEISIS ANTIGLAUCOMATOSA (HOLTH) IN GLAUCOMA SIMPLEX IN THE YEARS 1928–1932

@article{Holst1934RESULTSOI,
  title={RESULTS OF IRIDENCLEISIS ANTIGLAUCOMATOSA (HOLTH) IN GLAUCOMA SIMPLEX IN THE YEARS 1928–1932},
  author={J. Holst},
  journal={Acta Ophthalmologica},
  year={1934},
  volume={12}
}
  • J. Holst
  • Published 1934
  • Medicine
  • Acta Ophthalmologica
Since 1928 the University Eye Clinic of Oslo has again taken up the use of Holth's Iridencleisis (subconjunctivalis, antiglaucomatosa) as operation for glaucoma simplex, and this has since been the chief operation employed. Only in quite exceptional cases have other operations for glaucoma simplex been performed, such as sclerectomy, cyclodialysis with or without subscleral iridencleisis. Also in secondary glaucoma Holth's operation is often performed, but as a rule only after other operations… Expand
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