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Figure 1: Minimally invasive pterygium surgery. (a) Primary pterygium. (b) Opened eye with speculum. (c) Local anaesthesia. (d) Incision at neck of pterygium. (e) Topical anaesthesia at limbus. (f) Exposed sclera. (g) Dissection of neck. (h) Clear cornea. (i) Cleaning of bare sclera. (j) Cautarization. (k) Bare sclera. (l) Auto graft. (m) Suturing the graft. (n) Repaired conjuctiva.

Figure 1: Minimally invasive pterygium surgery. (a) Primary pterygium. (b) Opened eye with speculum. (c) Local anaesthesia. (d) Incision at neck of pterygium. (e) Topical anaesthesia at limbus. (f) Exposed sclera. (g) Dissection of neck. (h) Clear cornea. (i) Cleaning of bare sclera. (j) Cautarization. (k) Bare sclera. (l) Auto graft. (m) Suturing the graft. (n) Repaired conjuctiva.