The original article is found on the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) website. HHMI investigator Simon W. M. John shares our perspective on intraocular pressure monitoring. He recognizes that intraocular pressure can vary quite a lot even in one day and that the value of measuring intraocular pressure only twice a year, as is typically done in practice, is very limited.
Only registered users have access to the most valuable content of the FitEyes community: Blogs, Comments, FitEyes Discussion Group Archives, unique information on self-tonometry and other user-generated research.
You must register because we have content that cannot be viewed unless you agree to our terms and conditions.