||Allen, Terrence K.|
||Glaucoma in a general ophthalmic practice in Trinidad and Tobago|
||West Indian med. j;48(Suppl. 3):20, July 1999.
||This study is a retrospective look at the records of all patients seen over a three-year period at two locations in Trinidad. There were more males (59 percent) than females; East Indians comprised 33 percent and Negroes 29 percent. 69 percent were self-referrals, optometrists referred 11 percent and general practitioners, 13 percent. Chronic open angle glaucoma was the most common diagnosis (55 percent) among patients presenting for the first time; glaucoma was suspected in 24 percent, narrow angle glaucoma in 10 percent.(AU)|
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