Cerebrospinal fluid pressure in ocular hypertension
Acta Ophthalmologica,

Ren R et al. – The study including 17 patients with ocular hypertension and 71 subjects of a non-glaucomatous control group, showed that cerebrospinal fluid pressure (CSF-P), which was significantly associated with ntraocular pressure (IOP)-corrected and marginally significantly with mean blood pressure, was significantly higher in the ocular hypertensive group than in the control group.

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