The eyes have it: cataract surgery and changing patterns of outpatient surgery


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The eyes have it: cataract surgery and changing patterns of outpatient surgery

Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1997
AuthorsMeddings DR, McGrail KM, Barer ML, Hertzman C, Sheps SB, Evans RG, Kazanjian A
JournalMedical care research and review : MCRRMed.Care Res.Rev.
Pages286 - 300; discussion 321-5
Date Published1997
KeywordsAge Distribution, Aged, Aged, 80 and over, Ambulatory Surgical Procedures/utilization, British Columbia/epidemiology, Cataract Extraction/utilization, Female, Humans, Male, Sex Distribution, Utilization Review
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