January 2005
Current Medical Literature: Ophthalmology;2005, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p12
Academic Journal
Presents clinicians' notes related to studies on lens and cataract surgery. "Functional Vision With Cataracts of Different Morphologies: Comparative Study," by E. Stifter, S. Sacu and H. Weghaupt; "A System for Preoperative Stratification of Cataract Patients According to Risk of Intraoperative Complications: A Prospective Analysis of 1441 Cases," by M. Muhtaseb, A. Kalhoro and A. Ionides; "Comparative Study of First-Day Postoperative Cataract Review Methods," K. Mandal, S. G. Dodds, A. Hildreth et al.


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