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January 1944


Arch Ophthalmol. 1944;31(1):117. doi:10.1001/archopht.1944.00890010135018

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In the article by Dr. H. Saul Sugar entitled "Guides in the Operative (Cosmetic) Treatment of Nonaccommodative Concomitant Squint in Adults," in the November issue (Arch. Ophth.30: 593, 1943), the following corrections should be made :

On page 599, line 4, "0.6 prism diopter" should read "8 prism diopters," and, line 5, "resection" should read "recession."

On page 601, the first sentence of the second paragraph under "Convergent Squint" should read "When the deviation for distance is greater than that for near vision, the deviation is of the divergence insufficiency type."

In the fifth line of the paragraph with the heading "Divergent Squint," "divergence insufficiency type" should read "convergence insufficiency type."

The fifth and the last paragraph on the same page, entitled "Convergence Insufficiency Type" and "Divergence Insufficiency Type," are correct as published, but the two paragraphs should be transposed.

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