Asian-Oceanic Glaucoma Society (AOGS)
1995. Ceased to exist, 2012, on merger with U-XM1659 - South East Asia Glaucoma Interest Group (SEAGIG) and F-XM3713 - Asian Angle-Closure Glaucoma Club (AACGC), to become D-XJ5967 - Asia-Pacific Glaucoma Society (APGS).
Foster closer links among glaucomatologists throughout the region, with the intention of providing a forum for scientific discussion, and by promoting research and education and enhancing the care of glaucoma patients.
Events11 past events available with paid subscription only.
Officers: President, Secretary and 4 Executive Members.
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