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VIDEO: In-office electrophysiology helps detect, monitor glaucoma damage

LOS ANGELES ― At the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery meeting here, Brian A. Francis, MD, MS, discusses how in-office electrophysiology using pattern electroretinography, helps diagnose glaucoma and track glaucomatous progression by examining retinal ganglion cells.

LOS ANGELES ― At the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery meeting here, Brian A. Francis, MD, MS, discusses how in-office electrophysiology using pattern electroretinography, helps diagnose glaucoma and track glaucomatous progression by examining retinal ganglion cells.

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