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Management of treatment-resistant ocular hypertension post EyeCee one IOL implantation: an observational study

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Osman Younus & Huda Al-Hayouti: Substantial contribution to acquisition, analysis, interpretation of data for the work. Drafting the work, revising it for critically important intellectual content. Final approval of version to be published. Accountable for all aspects of the work in ensuring questions related to the accuracy or integrity of any part of the work are appropriately investigated and resolved. Douglas Lyall. Revising the work for critically important intellectual content. Drafting the work. Final approval of version to be published.

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Younus, O., Al-Hayouti, H. & Lyall, D. Management of treatment-resistant ocular hypertension post EyeCee one IOL implantation: an observational study. Eye (2024).

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