The canine eye: in vitro dissolution of the barriers to aqueous outflow.

@article{Buskirk1978TheCE,
  title={The canine eye: in vitro dissolution of the barriers to aqueous outflow.},
  author={Elise Van Buskirk and Jonathan Brett},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  year={1978},
  volume={17 3},
  pages={258-71}
}
Facility of aqueous outflow and time-dependent changes in its hyaluronidase-sensitive and hyaluronidase-resistant components were evaluated in freshly excised canine eyes by constant pressure quantitative aqueous perfusion. Mean baseline facility of outflow was 0.24 microliter/min/mm Hg. With prolonged perfusion at constant intraocular pressure, facility of outflow was observed to increase almost linearly for at least 3 hr and continued to increase for up to 10 hr, reaching a maximum several… CONTINUE READING

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