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This book is a comprehensive and authoritative treatise, which will be of very great value to ophthalmologists and pathologists. Dr. Reese has combined a detailed account of the pathology of ocular tumors with an analysis of their clinical course, richly illuminated by his own vast experience and embellished with sagacious comments in respect to differential diagnosis, surgical techniques, and other therapeutic procedures. The whole is set forth in a fluent and eminently readable text. The illustrations are excellent, and the publisher is to be complimented on the quality of the reproductions.
Dr. Reese is, naturally, at his best in those sections dealing with topics that have been the field of his original study in the past. His important contributions to the use of x-ray therapy in cases of bilateral retinoblastoma have been reported elsewhere. Here, for the first time, he is able to set out his views of this disease
Tumors of the Eye. AMA Arch Ophthalmol. 1951;46(4):475–476. doi:10.1001/archopht.1951.01700020486017
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