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Patient safety perception: the name can be the same, but I,m different and my problem too

Patient safety perception: the name can be the same, but I,m different and my problem too

Cataracts. A common problems in ophtalmology. Ninety nine percent of patients are treated  with surgery in a short intervention. A problem  usually of an old age, but  not always.

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