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Measurement of axial length of eyes with incomplete filling of silicone oil in the vitreous cavity using x ray computed tomography
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    Axial length in silicone oil filled eyes
    • Lalit Verma, Additional Professor, Retina service, Dr RP Center, AIIMS
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      • Rakesh Ahuja, Gopal S. Pillai, Pradeep Venkatesh, Hem K. Tewari

    Dear Editor

    We read with great interest the article by Takei et al..[1] We agree with the authors that axial length (AL) measurement in silicone oil-filled eyes is a difficult situation. The need for accurate estimation of AL has increased following advances in vitreoretinal surgical techniques and improved visual results. We complement Takei and colleagues for an excellent report on the matter. CT scanning for...

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