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Ovechkin, I. G

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Vol 330, No 8 (2009) Articles System of rehabilitation in the Armed Forces: history, now-day’s and perspectives of development PDF
Vol 330, No 8 (2009) Articles Anniversary of FSI «The 6th Central Military Clinical Hospital of the Ministry of Defense of RF» PDF
Vol 340, No 2 (2019) Articles Surgical correction of «physiological» astigmatism in people with visually intense work with myopia
Vol 338, No 6 (2017) Articles Treatment of accommodative asthenopia in far-sightedness in operators of optical hard work. PDF
Vol 338, No 7 (2017) Articles Multidisciplinary approach to correction of computer visual syndrome in military specialists PDF
Vol 336, No 7 (2015) Articles New approaches to medical rehabilitation of military experts - operators of intensive visual work
Vol 335, No 8 (2014) Articles Accommodative system condition of eyes in soldiers older than 45 years PDF
Vol 335, No 8 (2014) Articles Branch N 2 of the Vishnevskiy Central Military Clinical Hospital N 3 celebrates the 25 th anniversary PDF
Vol 333, No 5 (2012) Articles Reconstructive correction of refractive-accommodative disorders in military personnel - operators of visual-intensive work with myopia
Vol 331, No 3 (2010) Articles Comparative evaluation of different types of fotorefractive operations in conditions of nearsightedness
Vol 332, No 5 (2011) Articles Vosstanovitel'noe lechenie astenopii u voennosluzhashchikh spetsial'nye podrazdeleniy
Vol 340, No 4 (2019) Articles Improving the system of medical rehabilitation in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation.
Vol 340, No 8 (2019) Articles The state of psychological adaptation and refractive-accommodative system of visually-active labor servicemen.
Vol 340, No 8 (2019) Articles Branch No. 2 of the A.A.Vishnevsky 3rd Central Military Clinical Hospital celebrates the 30th anniversary
Vol 341, No 7 (2020) Articles Efficiency the use by military specialists of visually intense labor of biologically active additives that improve vision
Vol 341, No 11 (2020) Articles Methodological principles of diagnosis and rehabilitation treatment of asthenopia

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