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December 1932


Arch Ophthalmol. 1932;8(6):901. doi:10.1001/archopht.1932.00820190121014

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In the discussion on his paper, entitled, "Cyclodialysis Combined with Iridectomy in Glaucoma Simplex: A Preliminary Report," an abstract of which was published in the November issue (5: 777, 1932), Dr. Wooton is quoted as saying: "I made two scleral incisions. The first one is made for cyclodialysis; then, about a week later, another incision is made for the iridectomy." Dr. Wooton advises that he was incorrectly quoted ; that the iridectomy is performed at the same sitting as the cyclodialysis and immediately following it, and that the performance of the iridectomy at this time is the most important part of the procedure.

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