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Viral infections need to be excluded from the cohort for the results to be truly meaningful
  1. Kashif M Qureshi, MBBS, MRCOphth1,
  2. Scott Robbie, MBBS, MRCOphth2,
  3. Shahram Kashani, MBBS, MRCP, MRCOphth3
  1. 1Royal Blackburn Hospital
 Blackburn, UK
  2. 2Moorfields Eye Hospital
 London, UK
  3. 3Harold Wood Hospital,
 London UK

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