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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
Vitreous haze produced by excessive energy delivered during clinical photocoagulation has been reported. The introduction of the ruby laser and the continued use of diathermy to produce therapeutic lesions lead to a comparison of the three modalities in respect to their possible effect on the proteins of the vitreous for an acceptable clinical retinal lesion.
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