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Intraocular pressure

Introduction: Intraocular pressure

Description of Intraocular pressure

Intraocular pressure: Pressure inside the eye.

Intraocular pressure: pressure of the fluids of the eye against the tunics; produced by continual renewal of the fluids within the interior of the eye.
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Broader terms for Intraocular pressure

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