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Comment on: Are electronic medical records a medicolegal risk to the oculoplastic surgeon? A survey of British Oculoplastic Surgery Society Members

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Athwal, S., Bhatt, P.R., Haridas, A. et al. Comment on: Are electronic medical records a medicolegal risk to the oculoplastic surgeon? A survey of British Oculoplastic Surgery Society Members. Eye (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41433-022-02340-8

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