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This book is one of the annual reports of the Belgium Ophthalmological Society and constitutes a joint effort of the eye clinics of the Universities of Liège and Gand. The book begins with an introduction to general biometry and discusses especially biostatistics, probabilities, and variationseasurements. The second part of the bookls with the measurement of normal ocular structures,as the diameter and curvatureturecornea, the axial length of the eyeball, thickness and refractive power of the lens, depth of the anteriormber, refraction, and other measurable values of ophthalmology. The third part, finally, deals with the measurement of pathologic changes of the various ocular structures.
This is a useful book the ophthalmologistual scientist interestedphthalmic biometry. The illustrations are informative, and the biblexempla
Blodi FC. Biometrie oculaire clinique (Oculometrie). Arch Ophthalmol. 1977;95(3):528. doi:10.1001/archopht.1977.04450030170032