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To the Editor.
—I have just read the interesting article by Major H. Saul Sugar in the November 1943 issue of the Archives which concerns the operative treatment of squint. This study parallels one which I had been carrying on for two years or more at the Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hospital but which, unfortunately, was interrupted by my entry into active military service.There is one important point which Major Sugar has apparently not touched on, namely, the postoperative interval after which his final determinations on the degree of correction afforded were made. In my own experience, changes have occurred up to six months after operation, and any determination of correction prior to that time should accordingly be considered tentative.96 Remsen Street, Brooklyn.
Beery EN. OPERATIVE TREATMENT OF SQUINT. Arch Ophthalmol. 1944;31(1):102. doi:10.1001/archopht.1944.00890010120014
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