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This is a continuation of the monographs on the ophthalmoscopic examination of the fundus oculi, which began with Professor Danis' excellent report on the "Normal Appearance and the Congenital Anomalies of the Eyeground," was published in 1940 and reviewed in the Archives (24:855 [Oct.] 1940). Notwithstanding the difficulties of bringing out a satisfactory volume in the trying years that have just passed, the obstacles have been overcome, and this report was presented at the congress of the French Society of Ophthalmology in May 1946.
This volume brings pictures of various aspects of retinal contusion; two conditions peculiar to children, namely, glioma and hemorrhagic' pachymeningitis; the macular hemorrhages associated with myopia, folds of the retina and angioid striae, Coats's retinitis and phakomatoses; familial degenerations; indefinite and senile macular changes, and, finally, isolated lesions of the retinal vessels, arterial obliteration, venous thrombosis and hemorrhages in the vitreous. The book aims at
Knapp A. Les aspects pathologiques du fond de l'oeil dans les affections de la rétine (atlas ophthalmoscopique). Arch Ophthalmol. 1947;38(1):129. doi:10.1001/archopht.1947.00900010132014
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