Amsterdam: Elsevier Masson, 2011. Later printing. Hardcover. 545pp. Quarto [30.1 cm]. Boards bound in white paper with full color illustrations. Illustrated spine with white and blue text. Bumping to the head of spine and fore-edge corner. Full-color illustrations throughout. Signed by author on front free endpaper in black marker ink. Woven ribbon bookmark. Very good. Item #58267
Retinal detachment is a fairly rare condition which, without surgery, leads to blindness. Surgery, simple in principle, is however complex in its performance and uncertain in its results.
Written by a renowned team from the Rothschild Foundation, this report is divided into 13 parts recalling fundamental concepts such as anatomy, physiology and embryology, diagnosis and surgery, the various clinical forms and congenital or acquired pathologies.
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