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P. F. Lee, C. L. Schepens; Effect of Aqueous-Venous Shunt on Rabbit Eyes. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 1966;5(3):304-311.
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The response of the normal rabbit eye to an aqueous-venous shunt has been briefly described in a previous report1. The procedure consisted in establishing a shunt between the anterior chamber and an extraocular vein located under Tenon's capsule by means of a fine polyethylene tube. The animals were observed for a period of no longer than 12 weeks. Remits were encouraging enough to warrant studies over a longer period of time, modifications of technique, and an investigation of the effect of this operation on rabbit eyes with hereditary buphthalmia
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