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The author, who has been interested in colored stereoscopic photography for many years, presents a new "Atlas of External Diseases." This atlas consists of stereoscopic pictures in true colors. The camera that was finally selected as best for this purpose was described by his associate, Dr. Zabel, at the Heidelberg Congress in 1927. The plates are Agfa color plates. The reproduction of these color photographs in three colors was painstaking and difficult, but the ultimate success cannot be questioned. The atlas is to appear in six parts, each part being made up of ten pictures. Typical examples of important diseases are selected, and on the reverse side of each photograph there is a short descriptive text in German ; in French, by Dr. Kenel, of La Chaux-de-Fonds, and in English, by Dr. O. P. Perkins, of New York. The uses of this atlas are manifold, not only for instruction but
K. A. Stereoskopischer Atlas der aeusseren Erkrankungen des Auges. Arch Ophthalmol. 1930;3(6):822. doi:10.1001/archopht.1930.00810080170016
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