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Transcorneal electrical stimulation improves visual function in eyes with branch retinal artery occlusion

By Shinichirou Oono, Takuji Kurimoto, Ryosuke Kashimoto, Yuichi Tagami, Norio Okamoto and Osamu Mimura
Topics: Case Series
Publisher: Dove Medical Press
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