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This volume is a report of the scientific work done in the clinic at Rome conducted by Prof. Q. Di Marzio during 1928. It contains reports of clinical and laboratory investigations by members of the staff clinic, nearly all of which are of a type which would justify their publication in any ophthalmologic journal, but none of which, so far as the reviewer knows, have been published elsewhere. Seven of these are by Magnasco, four by Triossi, two each by Moscardi, Mamoli and Del Duca, with single contributions by Caramazza and Silvagni, Neuschüler, Scardapane, Cattaneo, Sabbadini and a summary of the work of the clinic by Di Marzio. Proper notice of all these contributions would be impossible within the space allotted to an ordinary book review, so only a few of special interest will be mentioned.
Magnasco gives his experience with ten cases of cornea leukoma in which staining was
Gifford SR. Saggi di Oftalmologia. Arch Ophthalmol. 1929;2(5):626–628. doi:10.1001/archopht.1929.00810020647017
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