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To the Editor:
—In the June, 1954, issue of the Archives, page 783, is published an article by J. V. D. Quereau, M.D., entitled "Some Aspects of Torsion." This paper was read before the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, Section on Ophthalmology. In the July, 1954, issue of the Archives, page 166, there is a report of the discussion that followed. In this discussion the Editor of the Archives participated.This letter is in no manner intended to be derogatory to or hypercritical of this paper or of the discussion reported. There are, however, some pertinent facts that should have been included in a paper of this nature. Also, I should like to raise my voice in protest against some of the conclusions found both in the original article and in the report of the discussion that followed. Possibly this protest will be more lucid if put in question form.
Hewitt RS. SOME ASPECTS OF TORSION. AMA Arch Ophthalmol. 1954;52(6):966–968. doi:10.1001/archopht.1954.00920050972016
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