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It would require either an extensive private practice or affiliation with a very large charity institution to see and constantly keep in mind the fundus appearances in all systemic, local, and congenital ocular diseases. Hence this atlas should be a welcome addition to any ophthalmologist's library. The pictorial representations of normal, trivial, and abnormal findings in the fundi are supplemented by a lucidly and concisely written text. The colored photographs and the drawings illustrating the important features of eye conditions are excellent. This compact, beautifully illustrated, and well-written book should prove of value to the medical student, the general practitioner, the ophthalmological resident, and the ophthalmological clinician and teacher.
An Atlas of Diseases of the Eye. JAMA. 1957;164(1):113. doi:10.1001/jama.1957.02980010115034
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