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This is one of the noteworthy works on diseases of the eye printed in English during the past year. It consists of one volume, which may be regarded as the textual description of two large portfolios containing seventy-nine stereograms and eight "diagnosis cards" illustrating all the common and many of the unusual appearances of the ocular fundus. In addition to these stereoscopic views of the background of the eye, the volume of text is further illustrated by 234 cuts and four colored plates. Many of the former are reproductions of microscopic sections, and both artist and publisher, have succeeded in portraying the minute tissue-changes in a fashion not often attained in similar works. The same may be said of the stereograms. These stereographic views admirably reproduce the originals, and they certainly ought to be of great assistance to the student of ophthalmoscopic conditions. Although these carefully prepared volumes will be
Diagnostics of the Fundus Oculi. (Comprising One Volume of Text with 238 illustrations and Two Portfolios Containing 79 Stereograms and 8 Diagnostic Cards; also Hand-Scope.). JAMA. 1914;LXIII(5):422-423. doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02570050058030