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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
The continuing evaluation of laser instrumentation is of particular interest to the ophthalmologist. Several lasers now exhibit potential properties which may result in superior clinical instruments in the future. An important feature of almost all existing lasers, as related to ophthalmology, is the potential hazard of accidental exposure of the eye. This aspect of the laser is certainly as important as its clinical application, and it should be the responsibility of ophthalmologists to work actively to provide recommendations for safety standards and criteria for ocular protection in every field of laser application.
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