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Clinical Findings and Ocular Symptoms Over 1 Year in a Sample of Scleral Lens Wearers.

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Summary of "Clinical Findings and Ocular Symptoms Over 1 Year in a Sample of Scleral Lens Wearers."

To report the fitting aspects, clinical findings, and symptoms over 12 months of scleral lens (SL) wear.

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Name: Eye & contact lens
ISSN: 1542-233X
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