This book provides a practical, superbly illustrated guide to the clinical diagnosis of eyelid tumors and the surgical procedures used for tumor excision and eyelid reconstruction. In this completely revised and updated Second Edition, there are new chapters on pathology and radiosurgery, procedures have been amended to reflect current practice, al
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Eyelid Tumors: Clinical Diagnosis and Surgical Treatment
Jay Justin Older,Richard J. Grostern
Limited preview - 2003
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