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Medicine - Ophthalmology | Fluorescence Angiography in Ophthalmology (Reviews)

Fluorescence Angiography in Ophthalmology

Dithmar, Stefan, Holz, Frank G.

2008, X, 224 p.

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From the reviews: “This excellent new angiography atlas by two German ophthalmologists has been translated into English and I suspect will quickly find its way into the libraries of UK ophthalmology departments. … The book reads very well indeed. … The layout works very well, and I have found it a very helpful book to refer to when looking at angiograms and autofluorescence images from my own patients. … the absolute key to a successful atlas in clinical ophthalmology is image quality.” (James Cameron, Eye News, February/March, 2010)

 

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