Diabetic Retinopathy for the Comprehensive Ophthalmologist
by Jonathan D. Walker
Publisher: Deluma Medical Publishers 2009
Number of pages: 280
The book delivers exactly what it promises: an appropriately balanced, straightforward guide to the management of diabetic retinopathy geared toward the general ophthalmologist. It is designed to transfer useful techniques for the clinical management of diabetic patients.
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