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Journal Scan / Research · October 16, 2021

Silicone Oil vs Perfluoropropane Gas Tamponade During Vitrectomy for Tractional Retinal Detachment or Fibrous Proliferation

Retina (Philadelphia, Pa.)

 

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Retina (Philadelphia, Pa.)
SILICONE OIL VERSUS PERFLUOROPROPANE GAS TAMPONADE DURING VITRECTOMY FOR TRACTIONAL RETINAL DETACHMENT OR FIBROUS PROLIFERATION: A Randomized Clinical Trial
Retina (Philadelphia, Pa.) 2021 Jul 01;41(7)1407-1415, RB Rush, A Del Valle Penella, RM Reinauer, SW Rush, PG Bastar

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