Glaucoma: Diagnosis and Therapy

Re: Color Doppler Imaging ... by Doro D, et al.

Doro Daniele

On Mon Dec 14, Jost B Jonas wrote
>Dear Dr. Doro
>Congratulations for your interesting study. I would like to ask you:
>1) If Betaxolol leads to a lowering of IOP, and if the bloood velocity measuremnts do not change after instillation of Betaxolol, may one not infer that two mechanisms may compensate each other: Due to the IOP lowering, blood flow should increase, and by a hypotheticxal effect of Betaxolol, blood flow is reduced. Would it mean that Betaxolol has some blood velocity reducing effect ?
>2) Is the sample big enough for the conclusion of the study ?
>3) What is the reproducibility of the technique in your laboratory ?
>Yours sincerely
>Jost Jonas

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