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Cataract: Sources and notes

- Romanet JP Cataract. Medical Corpus of the Faculty of Grenoble, updated in 2005.

- College of University Ophthalmologists of France. Surgical treatment of cataract in France - a still limited development of outpatient surgery, Research Directorate of Evaluation Studies and Statistics (drees), n ° 101, February 2001.

- Cataract, www.inserm.fr.

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