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This volume of the new French treatise was somewhat late in making its appearance but still was under the time schedule set in the beginning. It contains laboratory technic in ophthalmology in four parts by Dubois-Poulson of Paris, Carrère of Montpellier and Senevet of Algiers, examination of motility by Nordman of Strasbourg and Onfray of Gouin, anomalies of vision, light and color sense by Joseph of Paris, Mawas of Paris, Hambreson of Brussels, Haas of Paris, Bourdier of Beaujon and Polak of Paris, and general and special pathology divided into lesions by Redslob and Gery of Strasbourg, ocular allergy by Koutseff of Strasbourg, the vitamins by Bezssonoff of Strasbourg, relationship of pathology to ophthalmology by Terrien of Paris, internal secretions by Francescetti and Gorin of Geneva, general ophthalmic semeiology by Terrien of Paris, diseases of the superciliary area by Villard of Montpellier, diseases of the lids by Aubaret of Marseilles, tumors of the lids and lacrimal caruncle by Kalt of Paris, and disturbances of the motor apparatus of the lids by Jean-Sédan of Marseilles. With the great variety of material, this volume is even more spotty in character than are its predecessors. The chapters dealing with examination of the eyes by various methods are probably the weakest that have appeared thus far.
Traité d'ophtalmologie. JAMA. 1940;114(11):1011. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/jama.1940.02810110077035
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