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The section entitled "Ocular Neurology" is continued and the titles of the chapters are: "Oculo-Motor and Pupillary Disturbances," by E. Velter ; "Strabismus," by René Onfray ; "Nystagmus," by Henri Coppez ; "Ocular Disturbances After Lesions of the Fifth Nerve," by L. Cerise and Thurel ; "Ocular Symptomatology in Diseases of the Central Nervous System," by E. Velter; "Neurosurgical Diagnosis of Lesions in the Chiasmal and Sellar Regions," by Clovis Vincent and Pierre Puech, and "Diagnosis and Treatment of Intracranial Hypertension and of Tumors of the Brain—Ventriculography," by T. de Martel and J. Guillaume.
The chapter on strabismus (pages 31 to 137), by Onfray, gives an exhaustive and up to date study. It is interesting to learn the views of the French school on this important subject, a subject which received such an impetus from the early
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