Gardiner, P.A.
December 1978
British Medical Journal;12/9/1978, Vol. 2 Issue 6152, p1622
Academic Journal
Presents methods of examining eyesight. Position of sight testing chart; Procedure in eye movements tests; Comparison of the level of upper lids.


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