Patent foramen ovale as a cause of acute vision loss.

Published on Jul 18, 2021in International Journal of Ophthalmology1.33
· DOI :10.18240/IJO.2021.07.25
Ewa Grudzińska1
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Barbara Nowacka4
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(Pomeranian Medical University)
+ 3 AuthorsMonika Modrzejewska9
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