By Luciano Cerulli MD, PhD (auth.), Carlo A. P. Cavallotti MD, PhD, Luciano Cerulli MD, PhD (eds.)
Aging learn at the human eyes crosses all components of ophthalmology and likewise depends organic, morphological, physiological, and biochemical instruments for its research. In Age-Related alterations of the Human Eye, the authors evaluation all features of human eye getting older. as well as descriptions of age-related alterations in just about all the buildings of the human eyes, the authors additionally comprise attention-grabbing debts of private experiments and knowledge. the benefit of use and flexibility of this quantity makes it a vital device for college kids and graduate scholars in addition to post-doctoral and/or specialist ophthalmologists. Age-Related alterations of the Human Eye presents the reader with an exhaustive landscape of what occurs in the course of getting older within the eye, hence making a big contribution to the knowledge of the body structure and pathology of eye diseases.
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