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The third edition of this justly popular book will be welcomed by all who are especially interested in this important branch of ophthalmology. The book and its author are too well known to warrant an extensive review. It is sufficient to say that this edition has been thoroughly revised and brought up to date in every respect. The general arrangement has not been changed, but many pages of new text and numerous illustrations have been added. Quoting from the preface, the author says : "In a final analysis, the greatest change in this edition will be found in the plan of recording fields by the more correct anatomic or physiologic method . . . the author has the courage of his convictions to commend to his confrères a readjustment to the method which is correct, easy for the student to grasp," etc. This is, without question, a wise step, but there are many who will not consider