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Impact of Changes in the Optical Density of Postlens Fluid on the Clinical Performance of Miniscleral Lenses.

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Summary of "Impact of Changes in the Optical Density of Postlens Fluid on the Clinical Performance of Miniscleral Lenses."

To determine the impact of optical density changes in postlens fluid on clinical performance and to quantify these changes over time during miniscleral lens wear.

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