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This book is one that will be received with favor by the student and practitioner. It is a plain, clear statement of the principal facts of ophthalmology throughout, with a definition of terms that is clear, a description of conditions and methods that is at once concise and readily intelligible, and isa most satisfactory treatment of its very comprehensive subject. We find some matters here more easily explained with the aid of the illustrations and text than we have found them in some of the other text-books on the subject, and yet there is very little superfluous material. The illustrations are admirable and numerous. We notice certain additions, one of which seems to us a little novel in a work of this kind, though we presume that it has also been included elsewhere, that is, the chapter by Dr. Casey Wood on ocular symptoms in general diseases. The other two
Text-Book of Diseases of the Eye. For Students and Practitioners of Medicine.. JAMA. 1903;XLI(19):1154-1155. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490380030016