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Article
March 1997

Binocular Vision and Ocular Motility: Theory and Management of Strabismus

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Madison, Wis

 

by G. K. von Noorden, MD, 605 pp, $129, with 869 illus, 5th ed, ISBN 0-8151-9026-3, St Louis, Mo, Mosby-Year Book Inc, 1996.

Arch Ophthalmol. 1997;115(3):440. doi:10.1001/archopht.1997.01100150442038

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Abstract

Any ophthalmologist trained within the last 20 years is familiar with this classic textbook, originally published by Drs von Noorden and Hermann Burian in 1974. With its encyclopedic detail and coherent,

... will replace the preceding editions as the standard text logical presentation, Binocular Vision and Ocular Motility has become the most widely used strabismus text in print. The popularity of this text has not been exclusively among clinicians, as it has been used and referenced among scientists exploring ocular motor physiology, binocular vision, and other sensory aspects of the visual system. It is uniquely comprehensive in its coverage of theoretical principles of binocular vision and physiology of eye movements as well as clinical examination and treatment of ocular motility abnormalities. True to their objectives stated in the "Preface" to the first edition, Drs Burian and von Noorden have provided the theoretical knowledge and practical know-how to a generation of ophthalmologists,

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