Screening for glaucoma in the community by non-ophthalmologically trained staff using semi automated equipment

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Eighty-nine and a half per cent of the population of a general practice over the age of 49 years were screened for glaucoma and high risk ocular hypertension requiring treatment. Screening took place using semi-automated intraocular pressure and visual field equipment operated by non-ophthalmologically trained staff. An experienced ophthalmologist examined… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/eye.1990.10

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