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Enthusiasts for the first volume of this manual, which was published in 1964, will not need to be reminded of its careful correlation of clinical stereograms with pathologic sections in the text. They will find equal cause for rejoicing in this second volume, since the correlation of colored stereotransparencies in the 16 reels is now with fluorescein angiograms reproduced, with descriptions, in the text.
Introductory textual material provides supplementary notes on the photographic method employed together with a brief review of the interpretation of fluorescein angiograms. The text then plunges into description of the reels, which include the normal fundus, congenital anomalies, degenerative changes other than macular, common lesions of the optic nerve head, various conditions of the macula (two reels), systemic diseases (three reels), vascular diseases (two reels), chorioretinitis, tumor (two reels), and trauma (two reels).
The quality and stereoscopic effect of the reels, as in volume 1, are
A. H. Stereoscopic Manual of the Ocular Fundus in Local and Systemic Disease. Arch Ophthalmol. 1971;85(4):516. doi:10.1001/archopht.1971.00990050518020