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Combined plaque radiotherapy and transpupillary thermotherapy in choroidal melanoma: 5 years’ experience
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    Combined plaque radiotherapy and transpupillary thermotherapy in choroidal melanoma

    Dear Editor,

    I read with interest the article about combined plaque radiotherapy and transpupillary thermotherapy in choroidal melanoma written by Bartlema et al. The authors do not state in the method section the amount of power deployed through their infrared laser. Since spot diameter and duration of treatment are not enough to reproduce the treatment method, it would be scientifically correct and much appreci...

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