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This title is an exclusive STAT!Ref resource combining two elements: NANOS’ Illustrated Curriculum and Walsh & Hoyt’s Clinical Neuro-Ophthalmology.
NANOS’ Illustrated Curriculum is a collection of resources from NOVEL used to supplement learning by residents, fellows, educators, researchers and clinicians. Walsh & Hoyt’s is the foundational textbook. To access this product, you must first subscribe to Stat!Ref. You can ask for this title at your academic library.
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• Contact your health sciences librarian.
• If your library has a Stat!Ref subscription, please request that the title, NANOS’ Illustrated Curriculum for Neuro-Ophthalmology, be added to the existing subscription.
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NEW! You may also want your library to add these titles, which are also available on Stat!Ref:
• Neurology of Eye Movements 5/e, 2015, Leigh & Zee
• Eye Movement Disorders in Clinical Practice, 2014, Wray
• Neuroimaging in Ophthalmology 2/e, 2011, Lee, Policeni, Johnson
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