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October 15, 1982

Ophthalmic Photography

JAMA. 1982;248(15):1910. doi:10.1001/jama.1982.03330150084039

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Mr Justice has assembled a diversified group of authorities in the field of ophthalmic photography, television as applied to ophthalmology, and cinematography. Each of the contributing authors has written a chapter on a technique of which he is a pioneer developer or an authority on its use. The advent of fluorescein angiography and the extension of fluorescein studies to the anterior segment of the eye represent a significant part of the text, reflecting the improvements in this methodology and its vital role in ophthalmic diagnosis and treatment.

The new techniques that are presented will be especially useful to the experienced ophthalmic photographer, and the chapters on the fundamental aspects of ophthalmic photography will be valuable to the ophthalmic photographer in training and to the ophthalmologist wishing to develop ophthalmic photographic skills.

Justice's own chapters represent important contributions to the text, and his editorial overview is apparent throughout the book. I