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Argon laser and trichiasis: a helpful tip
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    Argon laser treatment for trichiasis: another approach

    Dear Editor

    We were interested to read the approach taken by Sahni and Clark [1] to facilitate the effective Argon laser treatment of trichiasis. They have ably reviewed the complications of trichiasis, the different forms of management of trichiasis, the advantages of Argon laser treatment in the management of trichiasis, the technique of Argon laser trichiasis therapy, and the limitations of lash laser the...

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