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Control of astigmatism after surgery and trauma: a new technique.
  1. M J Roper-Hall and
  2. A D Atkins


    Five patients were subjected to a new technique designed to correct high astigmatism not responding to suture removal or adjustment. The method is described and its use illustrated in five case histories. Four of the five cases were successfully treated. The reasons for the one failure are discussed. All procedures were uncomplicated. The technique is simple, safe, and reversible.

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