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Article
December 1985

Neuro-Ophthalmology: Clinical Signs and Symptoms

Arch Ophthalmol. 1985;103(12):1787-1789. doi:10.1001/archopht.1985.01050120014007

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Abstract

This work presents a comprehensive overview of clinical neuro-ophthalmology. The book is organized primarily according to signs and symptoms and emphasizes important aspects of physical examination; most of the chapters discuss differential diagnosis. It appears that the efforts of the author are primarily to establish an approach in diagnostic neuroophthalmology for the reader, and he does not attempt to compile an encyclopedic volume with well-referenced information. The text is easily read, and the focus of most of the clinical chapters is on practical points of the discipline.

The chapters by Dr Stephen G. Rothman and the chapters by Charles M. Citrin and Melvin G. Alper on radiology of orbital disease and computed tomography of retrobulbar and orbital disease are important contributions to this text. The photographs displaying the spectrum of orbital and relevant neuro-ophthalmic pathology are excellent with respect to case selection and technical quality. Again, the

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