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January 1949

Ophthalmology in the War Years. Volume 2 (1944—June 1946).

Arch Ophthalmol. 1949;41(1):110. doi:10.1001/archopht.1949.00900040113012

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With the appearance of the second volume, ophthalmologic literature during the war years has now been completely covered. Owing to the difficulty in obtaining scientific articles and books during the war years, ophthalmologists will value the completion of this series and add the expression of their thanks to Dr. Wiener and to his admirable group of associate editors. The labor and painstaking diligence which the collection of the titles and the writing of the review articles must have taken testify to the altruism and devotion of the editors. New chapters have been added and some omissions in the first volume, reviewed in the Archives (37:258 [Feb.] 1947) have been corrected.

The subjects and their authors are as follows: "Anatomy and Embryology," John J. Prendergast; "Biochemistry, Pharmacology, and Toxicology," W. Morton Grant and David G. Cogan; "Chemical Warfare Agents: Effects on the Eye and Their Treatment,"

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