Effect of repeated anterior chamber perfusion on aqueous flow in the cynomolgus monkey.

Kaufman Lab // Publications // Jun 01 1985

PubMed ID: 4008198

Author(s): Kaufman PL, Erickson-Lamy KA. Effect of repeated anterior chamber perfusion on aqueous flow in the cynomolgus monkey. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 1985 Jun;26(6):885-6.

Journal: Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, Volume 26, Issue 6, Jun 1985

No differences were found between fluorophotometrically determined aqueous flow rates in cynomolgus monkeys having vs not having undergone prior repeated anterior chamber perfusion. This suggests that: repeated perfusion does not produce a progressive decline in the rate of aqueous formation; and the repeatedly perfused monkey eye can be validly used in studies of aqueous formation.