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The Cornea Its Examination in Contact Lens Practice by  Nathan Efron - First Edition - 2001 - from Compass Books and Biblio.co.uk

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The Cornea Its Examination in Contact Lens Practice

by Efron, Nathan

Condition: Fine/No Jacket


Oxford: Butterworth-heinemann, 2001. Unread in fine condition. First Edition. Laminated Boards. Fine/No Jacket.
  • Bookseller: Compass Books GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 030775
  • Title: The Cornea Its Examination in Contact Lens Practice
  • Author: Efron, Nathan
  • Format/binding: Hardcover
  • Book condition: Used - Fine
  • Jacket condition: No Jacket
  • Edition: First Edition
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • ISBN 10: 0750647981
  • ISBN 13: 9780750647984
  • Publisher: Butterworth-heinemann
  • Place: Oxford
  • Date published: 2001
  • Bookseller catalogs: Healing / Self Help; Medicine / History of Medicine; Science;


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