Initial experience with the Pascal photocoagulator: a pilot study of 75 procedures
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    There are many pertinent and interesting observations in your article. As one of the first few users of PASCAL in India, we have now a large data-base of patients in a short span of time. Critical to understanding PASCAL is the fluence. Contrary to what we always thought, retinal hemorrhages and acoustic damage are not seen at 10 ms pulses if the fluence is within limits. I wish that PASCAL was also programmed to fix the flue...

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