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In this book, the Iliffs present the Iliff approach to oculoplastic surgery. As the authors state in the preface, "No claims are made to originality, nor is this book a review of the literature. Rather, the procedures presented in this volume are based on the senior author's 30 years of experience. The operations have been adopted, with successful results, by a second generation of oculoplastic surgeons in this family." The authors present their preferred method of handling various oculoplastic problems with step-by-step illustrations and a large number of colored photographs to complement the well-written text on these procedures.
I believe that the book well fulfills its intent. The strengths and weaknesses of a book such as this are established by the intent of the authors. The authors have limited themselves to a book on "Iliff procedures," and this allows them to present with excellent detail those procedures with which they
Anderson RL. Oculoplastic Surgery. Arch Ophthalmol. 1980;98(8):1492. doi:10.1001/archopht.1980.01020040344030