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The first edition of the author's well known Atlas of Slit-Lamp Microscopy, which appeared in 1921, was rapidly exhausted. So much has been added to this science in the last nine years that Professor Vogt has now enlarged the original into the present form of textbook as well as atlas and has added many new illustrations. The author believes that the importance of the principle of the "optical section" is not as generally shared as it should be, and that the time is not far distant when the slit-lamp will be just as much a part of the oculist's armamentarium as is the ophthalmoscope. The present work is to be divided into the three following volumes: 1. Introduction; Methods of Examination and Technic. Cornea and Anterior Chamber. 2. Lens and Zonule. 3. Iris, Vitreous, Conjunctiva and Lids, and a chapter on optical illusions and phantoms.
The present volume (no.