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Improved visual function is associated with inflammation reduction in subjects with non-infectious uveitis (NIU) of the posterior segment treated with intravitreal sirolimus : results from Sakura study 1

(2015) VALUE IN HEALTH. 18(7). p.A426-A426
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Lescrauwaet, B et al. “Improved Visual Function Is Associated with Inflammation Reduction in Subjects with Non-infectious Uveitis (NIU) of the Posterior Segment Treated with Intravitreal Sirolimus : Results from Sakura Study 1.” Value in Health. Vol. 18. 2015. A426–A426. Print.
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Lescrauwaet, B., Duchateau, L., Verstraeten, T., & Thurau, S. (2015). Improved visual function is associated with inflammation reduction in subjects with non-infectious uveitis (NIU) of the posterior segment treated with intravitreal sirolimus : results from Sakura study 1. VALUE IN HEALTH (Vol. 18, pp. A426–A426).
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Lescrauwaet, B, Luc Duchateau, T Verstraeten, and S Thurau. 2015. “Improved Visual Function Is Associated with Inflammation Reduction in Subjects with Non-infectious Uveitis (NIU) of the Posterior Segment Treated with Intravitreal Sirolimus : Results from Sakura Study 1.” In Value in Health, 18:A426–A426.
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Lescrauwaet, B, Luc Duchateau, T Verstraeten, and S Thurau. 2015. “Improved Visual Function Is Associated with Inflammation Reduction in Subjects with Non-infectious Uveitis (NIU) of the Posterior Segment Treated with Intravitreal Sirolimus : Results from Sakura Study 1.” In Value in Health, 18:A426–A426.
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Lescrauwaet B, Duchateau L, Verstraeten T, Thurau S. Improved visual function is associated with inflammation reduction in subjects with non-infectious uveitis (NIU) of the posterior segment treated with intravitreal sirolimus : results from Sakura study 1. VALUE IN HEALTH. 2015. p. A426–A426.
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B. Lescrauwaet, L. Duchateau, T. Verstraeten, and S. Thurau, “Improved visual function is associated with inflammation reduction in subjects with non-infectious uveitis (NIU) of the posterior segment treated with intravitreal sirolimus : results from Sakura study 1,” in VALUE IN HEALTH, 2015, vol. 18, no. 7, pp. A426–A426.
@inproceedings{8535140,
  articleno    = {abstract PSS62},
  author       = {Lescrauwaet, B and Duchateau, Luc and Verstraeten, T and Thurau, S},
  booktitle    = {VALUE IN HEALTH},
  issn         = {1098-3015},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {7},
  pages        = {abstract PSS62:A426--abstract PSS62:A426},
  title        = {Improved visual function is associated with inflammation reduction in subjects with non-infectious uveitis (NIU) of the posterior segment treated with intravitreal sirolimus : results from Sakura study 1},
  volume       = {18},
  year         = {2015},
}

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