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This text is a product of the faculty of the Department of Ophthalmology, University of Florida, Gainesville. Most of the faculty who have contributed to this journal are contemporary or past members of this program. The authors have not attempted to make this a standard textbook or source of reference, "but rather it is intended to stimulate the reader by emphasizing newer knowledge and concepts in important areas of ophthalmology and pointing out the questions that remain to be answered in these areas."
In view of the pioneer contributions of Dr Kaufman in the field of corneal diseases and surgery, there is a proportionately larger number of contributions in this and related subjects. Representing one of the leading corneal centers in this country, these essays are authoritatively written and provide a considerable amount of new and useful information to the practicing ophthalmologist and to the specialist in corneal diseases.
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