IN THIS ISSUE OF THE Archives of Ophthalmology, Lorenz Zimmerman, MD, warmly expresses his personal appreciation for the life of Professor Norman Henry Ashton, MD, and praises his exceptional contributions to the field of ophthalmic pathology, as well as his scholarship and eloquent speaking and writing style.1 Indeed, Ashton's passing is deeply felt by ophthalmic pathologists throughout the world who have long regarded him as a leader in full command of his craft.
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