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P L Kaufman, K A Erickson-Lamy; Effect of repeated anterior chamber perfusion on aqueous flow in the cynomolgus monkey.. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 1985;26(6):885-886.
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No differences were found between fluorophotometrically determined aqueous flow rates in cynomolgus monkeys having vs not having undergone prior repeated anterior chamber perfusion. This suggests that: repeated perfusion does not produce a progressive decline in the rate of aqueous formation; and the repeatedly perfused monkey eye can be validly used in studies of aqueous formation.
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