Amsterdam, Netherlands: N V Excerpta Medica, 1947.
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Excerpta Medica is a monthly journal, published in English, of the world's medical literature, comprising fifteen sections and covering the whole field of theoretic and clinical medicine.
The Excerpta is under the general editorship of M. W. Woerdeman, chairman, professor of anatomy in the University of Amsterdam; A. P. de Kleyn, professor of otolaryngology, and W. P. Zeeman, professor of ophthalmology, also of the University of Amsterdam. The board of editors for section XII, which is devoted to ophthalmology, is composed of ophthalmologists from all over the world, including nine from the United States. The subeditor is Dr. J. E. Winkelman, of Amsterdam. The first three issues of volume I, section XII, are now published and are an outstanding contribution to ophthalmic literature. The editors have set themselves a number of objectives, which seem to have been well lived up to in the first three issues. Completeness is the first
Adler FH. Ophthalmology: Section XII of Excerpta Medica. Arch Ophthalmol. 1948;39(1):120. doi:10.1001/archopht.1948.00900020123026
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