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Small incision corneal refractive surgery using the small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) procedure for the correction of myopia and myopic astigmatism: results of a 6 month prospective study
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    Details of participants in the study are incomplete.

    I have read the article with great interest as it is one of the early reports of this emerging technology. Going through the article I noticed that though the inclusion criteria describe that the patients with refractive error less than 10 diopter of myopia and astigmatism less than 5 diopter were included, the results show only the average myopia and standard deviation. The range of spherical myopia is not given, though...

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