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Reply: Recurrent upper eyelid trachomatous entropion repair: long-term efficacy of a five-step approach

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Fig. 1: Representative case 1 of anterior lamellar laxity.
Fig. 2: Representative case 2 of anterior lamellar laxity.

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  1. Diab MM, Allen RC. Recurrent upper eyelid trachomatous entropion repair: long-term efficacy of a five-step approach. Eye. 2021;35:2781–86. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41433-020-01306-y

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Diab, M.M., Allen, R.C. Reply: Recurrent upper eyelid trachomatous entropion repair: long-term efficacy of a five-step approach. Eye 36, 1851–1852 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41433-021-01882-7

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