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March 1963


Arch Ophthalmol. 1963;69(3):408. doi:10.1001/archopht.1963.00960040414024

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In Drs. Dixon and Lawaczeck's paper, "Corneal Vascularization Due to Contact Lenses" (last paragraph, page 73, January issue of the Archives) two lines have been transposed by the printers. The paragraph correctly reads:

Eight rabbit corneas that had completely vascularized by constant wearing of corneal lenses were allowed to recover by removing the lenses for a 40-day period. The same lenses were replaced on the same corneas, and the inactive ghost vessels rapidly refilled with circulating blood within 17 hours in all the corneas.

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