volume 50, issue 5, P655-663 2009
DOI: 10.1111/j.1755-3768.1972.tb06606.x
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V. GODEL, V. FEILER-OFRY, R. STEIN

Abstract: Sixty patients treated for various systemic diseases with long-term steroids of varying dosages and durations showed a significantly higher mean applanation pressure than both a normal control group and literature populations. There was no significant difference between these groups for tonographic C values before drinking water, but lower values for C and higher values of the log of the Po/C ratio were found in the steroid