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A NEW OPHTHALMIC journal has appeared which gives promise of bringing us into closer relationships with our colleagues in the Far East. The first three issues of the Journal of the All-India Ophthalmological Society, with Dr. S. N. Cooper as the chief editor, reflects the great improvement in the teaching and practice of ophthalmology in India and fills the need for a really good Indian journal. In the past many excellent articles by Indian ophthalmologists were sent abroad for publication in foreign journals, owing to the lack of facilities for publication in India.
The first three issues are of a high standard, in both the material presented and the quality of workmanship. The paper and printing are good, and the illustrations are excellent. Many ophthalmologists in this country will be particularly interested in the reports of tropical ophthalmological diseases, such as amebiasis, leproma of the ciliary body, and toxoplasmosis in
Adler FH. JOURNAL OF ALL-INDIA OPHTHALMOLOGICAL SOCIETY. AMA Arch Ophthalmol. 1954;52(2):173. doi:10.1001/archopht.1954.00920050175001
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