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The author of this book is to be congratulated on the happy manner in which he has arranged, in so concise a form, the many elementary and useful hints on the eye and ear for the student in medicine. The great majority of practitioners have never had, and many students are not now getting, the training in ophthalmology and otology that they ought to get; consequently one must welcome every effort to help. We can scarcely forgive the author for using illustrations so poorly done as Figs, 8, 15, 19, etc., in this age of splendid art work, when semidiagrammatic illustrations would do so much better. The few words on anatomy and physiology could well be dispensed with, and a few references to works on the subject substituted. Although this work is classified as an elementary book, such diseases as gonorrheal ophthalmia and ophthalmia neonatorum are not given the attention
Minor Ophthalmic and Aural Technique. JAMA. 1910;LIV(18):1460–1461. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550440040015
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