Published on in Vol 16, No 1 (2014): January

Impact of Patient Access to Internet Health Records on Glaucoma Medication: Randomized Controlled Trial

Impact of Patient Access to Internet Health Records on Glaucoma Medication: Randomized Controlled Trial

Impact of Patient Access to Internet Health Records on Glaucoma Medication: Randomized Controlled Trial

Authors of this article:

Kenji Kashiwagi 1 ;   Shigeo Tsukahara 1

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