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Vector Analysis Reveals That Topography-Guided LASIK Targeting the Manifest Refraction (MR) is Superior to Topography-Modified Refraction (TMR) and Layer Yolked Reduction of Astigmatism (LYRA) [Respons…

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Vector Analysis Reveals That Topography-Guided LASIK Targeting the Manifest Refraction (MR) is Superior to Topography-Modified Refraction (TMR) and Layer Yolked Reduction of Astigmatism (LYRA) [Response to Letter]
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Clinical Ophthalmology, March 2021
DOI 10.2147/opth.s308643
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Fayrouz Aboalazayem, Mohamed Hosny, Cherif Zaazou, Mohamed Anis

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#17,297,846
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#75
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