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Outcomes of Scleral Contact Lens Use in Veteran Population.

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Summary of "Outcomes of Scleral Contact Lens Use in Veteran Population."

To document outcomes associated with use of scleral contact lenses (SL) in the veteran population and analyze the medical and demographic factors that affect these outcomes, specifically those involved in contact lens discontinuation.

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