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Clinical experiences have taught us to regard glaucoma as one of the diseases which, after it has attacked one eye, will, with few exceptions only, sooner or later also affect its fellow. For this very reason, and for the well established fact that in a certain per centage of cases iridectomy, performed for glaucoma
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