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Dry Eye Syndrome Limited Revision

@inproceedings{Feder2011DryES,
  title={Dry Eye Syndrome Limited Revision},
  author={Robert S. Feder and Chair and Steven P. Dunn and Matthew R. Jones and Francis S. Mah and Leslie A Olsakovsky and Audrey R. Talley-Rostov and Andrew J. Velazquez and David C. Musch and Christopher J. Rapuano and David F Chang and Emily Y. Chew and Stephen D. McLeod and Bruce E. Prum and Geoffrey D. Summers and Nancy Collins},
  year={2011}
}
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