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October 1943


Arch Ophthalmol. 1943;30(4):553. doi:10.1001/archopht.1943.00880220145017

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To the Editor:  —Dr. Rooks's article "Adie's Syndrome," in the June issue (Arch. Ophth.29:936, 1943) suggests that all cases of this syndrome "be brought to the attention of the medical profession with as much publicity as possible." I am in complete agreement with this idea, and I assume that if this is the purpose of the report, the cases which are described should be typical of the syndrome; should not be unusual and misleading varieties; should be carefully, completely and fully worked up, and should leave no doubt in the reader's mind as to just what the Adie syndrome is. I am aware that in conclusion the author states :. . . these 2 cases are offered for their clinical and scientific importance, with the hope that further interest in the study of Adie's syndrome may be stimulated, but my limited knowledge of the fundamental nature of this disorder warrants no

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