Management of cyclodialysis cleft associated to hypotonic maculopathy

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A special thank you goes to Dr Claudia Toci for her valuable comments about ocular fluidodynamics and to Marco Carrera for the technical support.

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Mario R Romano, MD PhD that examined the patient, received the informed written consent from the patient for publication of the manuscript and any accompanying images.

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Romano, M.R., Vinciguerra, R., Randazzo, A. et al. Management of cyclodialysis cleft associated to hypotonic maculopathy. Graefes Arch Clin Exp Ophthalmol 251, 1023–1024 (2013).

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