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Long-term Outcome of Punctal Cauterization in the Management of Ocular Surface Diseases

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Yvonne Wang, Jimena Tatiana Carreno-Galeano, Rohan Bir Singh, Reza Dana, and Jia Yin. 5/27/2020. “ Long-term Outcome of Punctal Cauterization in the Management of Ocular Surface Diseases .” Cornea, Publish Ahead of Print. Publisher's Version Abstract Purpose:To evaluate the long-term outcomes of surgical occlusion of lacrimal puncta using thermal cautery in the management of ocular surface diseases.Methods:We reviewed medical records of 80 consecutive patients from a single academic center who underwent punctal cauterization. Patient demographics, ocular history, symptoms, and signs of...
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