Tonography


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Tonography

 

the measurement of intraocular pressure and recording of its dynamics—usually over a four- to five-minute period—by means of an electronic tonograph. Tonography is chiefly used in ophthalmology to detect glaucoma and to study its development.

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Tonography, technical difficulties and control studies, Arch Ophthalmol 1954, 38: 629.