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The results of an anatomical-optical study of astigmatic eyes Problems of glaucoma, refraction of the eye, and visual exhaustion


, : The results of an anatomical-optical study of astigmatic eyes Problems of glaucoma, refraction of the eye, and visual exhaustion. The results of an anatomical-optical study of astigmatic eyes Problems of glaucoma, refraction of the eye, and visual exhaustion Rezul'taty anatomoopticheskogo issledovaniya astigmaticheskikh glaz In: Voprosy glaukomy, refraktsii glaza i zritel'nogo utomleniya Problems of glaucoma, refraction of the eye, and visual exhaustion 121-127


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