In reviewing the article by Herndon et al,1 published in the September 1997 issue of the ARCHIVES, I noticed what might be an error in the text. On page 1139, left column, first complete paragraph, last sentence, the following is stated: "The mean±SD CCT of the 46 eyes being treated with dorozolamide (0.551±0.020) was significantly greater than that of the 28 eyes not receiving dorzolamide (0.560±0.025) (P=.02)."
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