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Donna J. Gagliuso

InstitutionMount Sinai
Address17 East 102nd Street
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New York NY 10029

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    1. Wang RF, Gagliuso DJ, Podos SM. Effect of flunarizine, a calcium channel blocker, on intraocular pressure and aqueous humor dynamics in monkeys. J Glaucoma. 2008 Jan-Feb; 17(1):73-8.
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    2. Wang RF, Gagliuso DJ, Mittag TW, Podos SM. Effect of 15-keto latanoprost on intraocular pressure and aqueous humor dynamics in monkey eyes. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2007 Sep; 48(9):4143-7.
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    3. Polikoff LA, Taglienti A, Chanis RA, Ramos-Esteban JC, Donas N, Tsong J, Gagliuso DJ, Danias J, Serle JB. Is intraocular pressure in the early postoperative period predictive of antimetabolite-augmented filtration surgery success? J Glaucoma. 2005 Dec; 14(6):497-503.
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    4. Polikoff LA, Chanis RA, Toor A, Ramos-Esteban JC, Fahim MM, Gagliuso DJ, Serle JB. The effect of laser iridotomy on the anterior segment anatomy of patients with plateau iris configuration. J Glaucoma. 2005 Apr; 14(2):109-13.
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    5. Gagliuso DJ, Wang RF, Mittag TW, Podos SM. Additivity of bimatoprost or travoprost to latanoprost in glaucomatous monkey eyes. Arch Ophthalmol. 2004 Sep; 122(9):1342-7.
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    6. Wang RF, Serle JB, Gagliuso DJ, Podos SM. Comparison of the ocular hypotensive effect of brimonidine, dorzolamide, latanoprost, or artificial tears added to timolol in glaucomatous monkey eyes. J Glaucoma. 2000 Dec; 9(6):458-62.
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    7. Gagliuso DJ, Teich SA, Friedman AH, Orellana J. Ocular toxoplasmosis in AIDS patients. Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc. 1990; 88:63-86; discussion 86-8.
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