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Possible Correlation Of Plica-limbal Distance With The Presence Of Primary Medial Pterygium
Author: Herman Christiaan Izaak Themen, Dennis Ricardo August Mans, Robbert Bipat, Denise Judith Doelwijt1, Dineshpersad Jiawan1, Annemarie Thelma Bueno De Mesquita-voigt
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
5 pages
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Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10:3823/411
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 Our results suggest that plicalimbal distance correlated inversely with the presence of pterygium. This finding may have important consequences for the identification of individuals at risk, as well as for improvement of the treatment of this condition.

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