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Acute care surgery is a branch of secondary health care where a patient receives active treatment for a severe injury or episodes of illness, it is an urgent medically serious condition, or during recovery from surgery. Your eyesight, and the overall health of your eyes, is critical to leading an active life. The world ophthalmology congress includes the presentation of speakers and ocm all over the world. Color vision: Ability to perceive differences in color, including hue, saturation and brightness.

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