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Article
August 1964

ORAL GLYCERIN-Reply

Author Affiliations

Assistant Professor Division of Ophthalmology Department of Surgery Medical College of Georgia Augusta, Ga

Arch Ophthalmol. 1964;72(2):294. doi:10.1001/archopht.1964.00970020294032

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Abstract

Dr. Virno's letter was referred to Dr. Thomas, who offers the following reply:

To the Editor:  Prof Virno is rightly concerned regarding priority in the clinical use of glycerin as an osmotic agent in lowering the ocular pressure. To set the matter straight, Dr. Virno obviously published before we did. To my knowledge, no member of my group has stated otherwise, privately or publicly. As we do not routinely survey the current Italian literature, we were unfortunately not aware of Dr. Virno's excellent work in this area when we submitted our paper.

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