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Phacoemulsification combined with silicone oil removal through posterior capsulorhexis
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    Phaco with oil removal: reported experience from the Moorfields Eye Hospital
    • , Consultant Ophthalmologist
    • Other Contributors:
      • Christina Flaxel, Genevieve Larkin, Peter Leaver

    Editor,
    We read Frau et al's report with interest and noted that our article in Ophthalmology was not cited as reference (Larkin G, Flaxel C, Leaver P. Phacoemulsification and silicone oil removal through a single corneal incision. Ophthalmology 1998;105:2023-7). In this article, we reported our experience at Moorfields Eye Hospital with 34 eyes prospectively evaluated to l...

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