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May 1969

Neuro-ophthalmology—Symposium of the University of Miami and the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute

Arch Ophthalmol. 1969;81(5):749. doi:10.1001/archopht.1969.00990010751025

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This is the fourth volume of this series containing the material presented at the annual neuro-ophthalmology symposium held at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute of the University of Miami. The book is a compilation of 26 chapters, representing the work of 33 authors, most of whom are distinguished in their fields. It includes excellent contributions by Drs. Terence Cawthorne and Swithin Meadows of the National Hospital, Queens Square, London. The editor apparently shares the view that neuro-ophthalmology is a broad field, which encompasses all of the intellectual and some of the mechanical aspects of the specialty of ophthalmology. The subject matter presented is diverse and illustrates the fact that there is hardly any subject in neurology that does not have a visual implication. Many ideas are presented throughout the text which are provocative and warrant critical examination on the part of the reader. A recurrent theme in the book is

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