Remembering a visionary

Nozar, Robert A.
June 2004
Ophthalmology Times;6/15/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p1
Trade Publication
Profiles Charles D. Kelman, the father of phacoemulsification in ophthalmology in the U.S. Views of people who knew him personally; Discussion of the life of Kelman; Contributions made by Kelman to the medical community. INSETS: Dr. Kelman celebrated a 'triumph of love' for life;Memorial contributions.


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