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Epidemiology And Etiopathogenia

R. Sampaolesi, J. Sampaolesi, J. Zárate
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Epidemiology studies the distribution and determinants of disease frequency in human beings [1]. It applies scientific method with the following steps: descriptive research, analytical research, and experimental research. In the field of glaucoma, only the first stage can be performed.
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