Treatment Flexibility

October 2000
Review of Ophthalmology;Oct2000, Vol. 7 Issue 10, p178
Trade Publication
Features the supine version of the Era 4106 YAG laser developed by the company Laserex Systems. Ease of application on pediatric patients; Operation of the instrument; Description on the equipment.


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