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Opacified hydrophilic intraocular lens following DMEK

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Fig. 1: Right eye of Patient A.
Fig. 2: Right eye of Patient A.

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Bhalla, M., El-Haddad, O. & Maurino, V. Opacified hydrophilic intraocular lens following DMEK. Eye 34, 1925–1926 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41433-020-0866-4

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