Corpus ID: 57701078

Detección precoz de las alteraciones visuales en la infancia

@inproceedings{Gonzlez2017DeteccinPD,
  title={Detecci{\'o}n precoz de las alteraciones visuales en la infancia},
  author={O. Gonz{\'a}lez},
  year={2017}
}
.......................................................................................................................... 1 INTRODUCCIÓN ................................................................................................................... 2 Planteamiento general del problema. ...................................................................................... 2 Justificación de la elección del tema y relevancia… Expand

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