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== Data pooling on Episcleritis ==
We have seen quite a few cases of [[Episcleritis]] recently. It looks like the literature hasn't defined how different clinical features impact outcomes. Would anyone like to pool data with my institution? Contact me at [Enter email or phone contact informmation]. Dan.Mummert.AAO (talk) 17:00, September 9, 2020 (PDT)
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