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Increased prevalence of ocular glaucomatous abnormalities in systemic sclerosis
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    Letter to Editor -- Increased prevalence of ocular glaucomatous abnormalities in systemic sclerosis
    • Dennis S.C. Lam, Professor
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      • Dexter Y.L. Leung, Dennis S.C. Lam

    Dear Editor,

    We read with great interest the article by Allanore et al, and commend on their efforts in studying this important issue[1]. We would be most grateful if the authors can help to clarify a few points.

    Mean Deviation (MD) is the average of the numbers on the total deviation plot with each value weighted according to the magnitude of the normal range at that point. It signifies the over...

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