By Harold Glendon Scheie
Harold Glendon Scheie, MD Ophthalmic surgical procedure and the Scheie Eye Institute An Interview carried out by means of Sally Smith Hughes, PhD, 1988 With Introductions through Daniel M. A lbert, MD William
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Ophthalmic Surgery and the Scheie Eye Institute: Oral History Transcript by Harold Glendon Scheie