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This edition of a worldwide recognized textbook of ophthalmology is revised by the author's son, Dr. Adalbert Fuchs. The previous three German editions were edited by Prof. M. Salzmann, of Graz, Austria. No word of comment need be added to characterize a volume which has had sixteen editions in the original language and has been translated for the use of ophthalmologists in nearly every country of the globe. Previous English translations and editorship were under the capable hands of the late Dr. Alexander Duane, except for the fifteenth edition. Many of Dr. Duane's additions have found their way into the later German revisions. The contributions made by Adalbert Fuchs to the present volume consist of excellent plates and descriptions of pathologic material taken from his own two volumes concerning the pathology of the eye by the same publisher. The specific contributions of Professor Salzmann consisting of colored plates of fundic
Lehrbuch der Augenheilkunde. JAMA. 1940;114(19):1954. doi:10.1001/jama.1940.02810190116034
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