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Article
April 1964

Principles of Neurological Surgery.

Arch Ophthalmol. 1964;71(4):601. doi:10.1001/archopht.1964.00970010617035

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Abstract

This book is of no general value to the ophthalmologist. It is a general survey of the entire field of neurosurgery with emphasis on the authors' experience. The authors apparently make very little use of neuro-ophthalmological techniques for diagnosis. There are also many inaccuracies, such as the statement that anterior communicating artery aneurysms produce sub-hyaloid hemorrhages in the retina. These are supposedly seen at the margins of the optic disks between the retina and hyaloid membrane. From a neurological point of view I am not particularly impressed by this book.

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