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Comment on: Surgical technique, perioperative management and early outcome data of the PAUL glaucoma drainage device, dated September 2021

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  1. Vallabh NA, Mason F, Yu JTS, Yau K, Fenerty CH, Mercieca K, et al. Surgical technique, perioperative management and early outcome data of the PAUL® glaucoma drainage device. Eye. 2022;36:1905–10.

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Dinsdale, M., Au, L. Comment on: Surgical technique, perioperative management and early outcome data of the PAUL glaucoma drainage device, dated September 2021. Eye 38, 1976 (2024). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41433-024-03054-9

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