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For the past ten years the authors have been collecting photographs of the fundus of the eye. From their collection of 2,000, 202 were selected for publication. The preface, written by Mawas, fails to give credit to many of those most actively engaged in the field of fundus photography. This volume, the third photographic atlas to be published in the world, must necessarily be subjected to comparison with the previous two, the one by Dimmer and Pillat and the other by Bedell. In the former the reproductions are excellent and show no disfiguring arc image, while the second consists of the actual photographs and includes a great number of stereoscopic illustrations with the arc image. In the atlas under discussion there are black carbon spots. Some of these are so small as to suggest artefacts. The volume is logically arranged into the normal fundi, traumatic changes in the choroid, retina
Atlas clinique d'ophtalmoscopie photographique: Syndromes clinques du fond de l'œil. JAMA. 1939;113(26):2346. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800510067026
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