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December 5, 1903

Veasey's Ophthalmology. A Manual of Diseases of the Eye. For Students and General Practitioners.

JAMA. 1903;XLI(23):1424. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490420046023

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Abstract

Dr. Veasey has given us a most valuable text-book, which will be useful to both student and practitioner. Veasey has had a long experience as a teacher, and consequently is capable of producing, in a condensed form, an excellent volume on the subject of ophthalmology. The volume is made attractive as well as more valuable by the color plates and by the two hundred engravings which are well executed. The publishers have presented the book in an attractive form and free from typographic errors. The chapter on the affection of the ocular muscles is one of the best, clearest and most concise that has yet been written. The author has evidently made a careful study of sympathetic ophthalmitis, as he has under that head given a condensed but at the same time a careful and thorough description of this most interesting disease.

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