volume 52, issue 5, P634-646 2009
DOI: 10.1111/j.1755-3768.1974.tb01099.x
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A. P. NESTEROV, N. H. HASANOVA, Y. E. BATMANOV

Abstract: In 71 cases of primary open-angle glaucoma and in 29 cases of angleclosure glaucoma a sinus trabeculoectomy was performed and the biopsy specimens were studied by light microscopy. A control group included 100 cadaver eyes. The anterior position of Schlemm's canal prevailed in cases of open-angle glaucoma (82%) and the posterior position of the canal was more common in cases of angle-closure glaucoma (57 ole). In glaucomatous eyes, Schlemm's canal was narrowed and in some cases obliterated. In eyes with open-…

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