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As a young mother, who owed her child's life and eyesight to Dr. Reese, once said to this reviewer, "I don't understand why such a nice man has devoted his life to such nasty disease but I'm very glad he has." The ophthalmological world is glad, too, not only that Dr. Reese has made such an intensive study of tumors of the eye but also that he has shared this knowledge with all of us through his masterful volume.
The first edition is so well known to all ophthalmologists that it would be presumptive of any review to reiterate its virtues. The second edition, coming just ten years later, is extensively revised and rewritten. It retains all the valuable information of the first edition, which was based primarily on the author's wide personal experience, modified and amplified by another decade's rich experience. This volume also branches out much more than
McLean JM. Tumors of the Eye.. Arch Ophthalmol. 1964;71(1):150-151. doi:10.1001/archopht.1964.00970010166028