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[Electronmicroscopic studies of epinephrine choroiditis in rabbits. I. Pigment epithelium and Bruch's membrane in the healed stage (author's transl)].

@article{Yasuzumi1974ElectronmicroscopicSO,
  title={[Electronmicroscopic studies of epinephrine choroiditis in rabbits. I. Pigment epithelium and Bruch's membrane in the healed stage (author's transl)].},
  author={T. Yasuzumi and T. Miki and K. Sugimoto},
  journal={Nippon Ganka Gakkai zasshi},
  year={1974},
  volume={78 8},
  pages={
          588-98
        }
}
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