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The third volume of the biennial series Current Neuro-Ophthalmology is a worthy successor to its previous two editions. As the number of academic journals continues to proliferate, it is becoming more and more difficult, not to mention more expensive, to follow the developments in the field of neuro-ophthalmology. The editors have once again compiled an impressive list of chapter authors who have reviewed the world's literature over the past 2 years and have succinctly summarized those findings and commented, based on their experience, on their significance. The book is organized into seven parts that are then subdivided into 21 chapters. Each chapter has its own bibliography, and the references are perhaps the strongest part of this work. There are a total of more than 1800 references included in the volume.
This book is of interest to both ophthalmologists and neurologists as it covers a wide spectrum of disease. Clinicians can
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