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The macular recovery test after photostress in normal and diabetic subjects


, : The macular recovery test after photostress in normal and diabetic subjects. Acta Diabetologica Latina 22(2): 169-172

A clinical statistical study on the macular recovery test after photostress in normal subjects and retinopathic and non-retinopathic diabetics is presented. The limits within which the test retains its reliability in predicting the development of retinopathy in diabetics are statistically analyzed.

Accession: 006712820

PMID: 4072567

DOI: 10.1007/bf02590791

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