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December 1936

Extra-Ocular Muscles.

Arch NeurPsych. 1936;36(6):1414. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1936.02260120261023

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Abstract

The book is well written, arranged and edited. Facts are clearly stated and readily understandable. The book is rich in practical illustrations. Many methods of examination and instruments of precision are described. The author's vast experience enhances the worth of the personal opinions expressed regarding the evaluation of the various instruments. The part on surgical technic is a valuable addition to the book. A representative group of operations are clearly and concisely described, and in general the reasons for the author's choice of operation are well founded. In this respect he is conservative, fair and broad minded. Occasionally he lapses into the rôle of one lecturing to medical students. Less reiteration would also be desirable. The book is not an exhaustive discussion, yet it is of proper length. It fulfils the author's purpose and is a worth while addition to the subject.

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