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Comparison of Clinical Characteristics and Progression Rates of Bilaterally and Unilaterally Progressing Glaucoma

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Purpose: To compare the clinical characteristics of unilaterally progressing glaucoma (UPG) and simultaneously
bilaterally progressing glaucoma (BPG) in medically treated cases.
Methods: Primary ope...

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