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This well-known text-book, which has for so many years been a work of standard reference for the ophthalmologist, the neurologist and the practitioner of general medicine, is now reprinted, with additions, for the third time. The text has not undergone many alterations since the third edition was published, but the colored illustrations have been omitted. We must confess that we regard this innovation, in the reproduction of ophthalmoscopic pictures especially, as a decided improvement. The autotype plates, in making no pretense of reproducing the coloration of the fundi, are at least not misleading (as the colored plates were) and furnish a good idea of the changes in and the appearance of the ocular background. The original drawings are in sepia by the author and the collaboration of Mr. Marcus Gunn, the well-known ophthalmic surgeon, has further enriched the book. This valuable manual ought to be in the hands of every
A Manual and Atlas of Medical Ophthalmology.. JAMA. 1905;XLIV(1):53. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02500280059021
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