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December 1934

Manual of the Diseases of the Eye.

Arch Ophthalmol. 1934;12(6):994. doi:10.1001/archopht.1934.00830190208024

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Abstract

A complete description of this well known manual is unnecessary, as its appearance in a new edition bears ample witness to its world-wide popularity.

Its general make-up is unchanged, but a fair amount of new material has been added to various sections, so that the book as a whole gives the general practitioner and medical student an up-to-date outlook on the various subjects. At the same time, just as in the first edition, it is the commoner conditions of the eye which receive the most space, rare and uncommon conditions being dismissed with a few lines.

Dr. J. H. Dunnington assisted in the revision of the chapter "Disturbances of Motility" ; Dr. I. Goldstein performed a similar service for the paragraphs on pathology, and Dr. Charles A. Perera revised the anatomic introductions to the various chapters.

Considered as a whole, the new edition maintains the same high standards established by

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