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In these days of elaborately illustrated and correspondingly expensive textbooks in all fields and subdivisions of medicine, the all-but-forgotten man has been the junior resident. In spite of salaries judged munificent by former standards, these fledgling ophthalmologists are not in a position to disburse $20 or $30 for the latest compendium of new and not-so-new knowledge.
To their rescue comes the author of this neat, concise, and inexpensive paperback. Small enough to fit into a side pocket, informal in style, and written in the clinical vernacular of ocular motility, it sets forth in readable, down-to-earth fashion the essentials of this important area of ophthalmology. Many practical pearls lie hidden in these pages, such as the diagnostic importance of a child's closing one eye in bright sunlight or the use of selected toys for the very young. With all of this comes the seasoned judgment of the author in recommending certain
A. H. Introduction to Ocular Motility With Guide to the Literature.. Arch Ophthalmol. 1971;85(2):253. doi:10.1001/archopht.1971.00990050255022