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Article
November 1955

Office Procedures.

AMA Arch Ophthalmol. 1955;54(5):795-796. doi:10.1001/archopht.1955.00930020801031

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Abstract

This book is unique. Instead of trying to cover the waterfront and appeal to the medical student, the practicing physician, and the Board-certified specialist.

Dr. Williamson writes for only one group—the general practitioners. For these he offers a practical collection of office procedures based on his own experience. The section on the eye is good. Unfortunately, it is too short; but this is understandable, since the author has to include office procedures for every conceivable condition of the body including psychological testing and roentgenography. It would be well if some day someone would write a book on office procedures in ophthalmology alone just for the general practitioner.

The illustrations are all line drawings, and are not numbered, but each one tells a story in a clear, concise fashion.

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