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The Handbook of Ocular Disease Management

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The Handbook of Ocular Disease Management
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Publisher: Review of Optometry
Number of pages: 64

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This book provides a quick reference on the most commonly encountered ocular diseases and offers readers the authors' perspectives and experience in dealing with these conditions. Every condition that the authors write about not only reflects their personal experience and perspective, but that perspectives are backed through scrupulous research and reflect evidence based medicine.

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