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October 1964

1963-1964 Year Book of Ophthalmology.

Arch Ophthalmol. 1964;72(4):586. doi:10.1001/archopht.1964.00970020586035

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Abstract

The ever increasing flood of publications, the appearance of new journals, some not always known to the average reader, not to mention the articles with significant eye interest appearing in journals totally unrelated to ophthalmology, have made it totally impossible for anyone either in clinical practice or in research to keep current with the literature. We are fortunate that people of Dr. Hughes' competence are willing to take the time necessary to sift through this mass of material for the particular items important to the average ophthalmologist. This volume cannot be praised too highly. It is comprehensive yet succinct and helped immeasurably by the brief remarks of the editor at the conclusion of many of the reviews. Special note should be given to the original articles by Dr. Costenbader and his group whose practical remarks concerning the handling of squint are most refreshing. It is hoped that Dr. Hughes will

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