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March 1970

Modern Problems in Ophthalmology.

Arch Ophthalmol. 1970;83(3):385. doi:10.1001/archopht.1970.00990030385028

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Abstract

Modern Problems in Ophthalmology is a book composed of lectures presented at the Sixth Symposium of the Club Jules Gonin, that was held in Churchill College in Cambridge, England, from April 1 to 5, 1968. The major papers are reported in English, French, and German, and deal with subjects that are of primary interest to those concerned with the biochemistry, physiology, and current treatment of chorioretinal diseases. Because of the nature of the meeting, the therapy of retinal detachments was emphasized, although there are superb sections on the biochemistry of the vitreous body, choroid, and retina. Additional portions discussed in this book deal with experimental retinal detachment, various statistics of retinal detachment procedures, electron microscopic and fluorescein angiographic techniques, as well as some of the more common problems encountered in chorioretinal surgery. Retinal surgeons from all parts of the world have contributed their clinical knowledge to all phases of

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