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Basic principles of ophthalmic surgery
  1. B H Jeng
  1. Department of Ophthalmology, University of California San Francisco, 10 Koret Way, K-304, San Francisco, CA 94143-0730, USA;

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    Anthony C Arnold. Published by American Academy of Ophthalmology San Francisco 2006 £103.95 (paperback) 13 978-1-560-55629-9.

    Day #1 of surgery during ophthalmology residency: those of us who have already been through it know that no matter how prepared we think we might be for Day #1, on that day, most of us come to the realisation that we wished we were even more prepared. What was that instrument called? What kind of suture should I be ready to use? Did I do everything I should have for the patient preoperatively? But besides bothering the Chief Resident, where does one even turn to for this type of information? Would it not be nice to have had a summary and reference …

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