A giant foreign body of the orbit an maxillary sinus

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Vadim Petrovich Nikolaenko

dr.Nikolaenko@mail.ru
City Ophthalmologic Centre, City hospital N 2

doctor of medical science, head of ophthalmology department

Yekaterina Aleksandrovna Mikhaylova

ekateryna.mikh@gmail.com
City Ophthalmologic Centre, City hospital N 2

ophtalmologist

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