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Dr. Wood has combined the knowledge of the specialist with the functions of the editor to make a work which should be welcomed by specialist and general practitioner alike as serving their needs in a special manner. The volume is chiefly the work of Dr. Wood, but he has availed himself of the services of several collaborators for the presentation of special topics. Such collaboration has been secured in the articles on electricity in eye diseases, the examination of school children, and of railway and other corporation employés, the treatment of general conditions affecting the eye and the nervous diseases that may affect the eye. The first part of the volume presents an ophthalmic materia medica which is remarkable for its completeness and which is not confined to medicines merely, but presents an account of apparatus and devices useful in securing the proper application of remedies to the eye. Then
A System of Ophthalmic Therapeutics. JAMA. 1909;LII(16):1279. doi:10.1001/jama.1909.02540420059021
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