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by Rucker, C. Wilbur

Condition: very good+, green cloth (hardcover) owner's name

Rochester, MN: Whiting Printers & Stationer, 1971. HC. very good+, green cloth (hardcover) owner's name. B&W illustrations. The invention of the ophthalmoscope initiated the Golden Age of Ophthalmology. 127pp.


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