Visual Field Cluster Map Corresponding to Bruch's Membrane Opening-Minimum Rim Area Sectors in Open-Angle Glaucoma.

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Summary of "Visual Field Cluster Map Corresponding to Bruch's Membrane Opening-Minimum Rim Area Sectors in Open-Angle Glaucoma."

: We generated a new visual field cluster map corresponding to Bruch's membrane opening-minimum rim area sectors, which described in detail the structure-function relationships between the optic nerve head and visual field in patients with open-angle glaucoma.


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Name: Journal of glaucoma
ISSN: 1536-481X


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