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In a certain sense, Dr. Hewitt's remark that publication of an article conveys some sense of authenticity is correct, but this does not mean that the opinions expressed in the article are necessarily those of the Editorial Board. If the Editorial Board published only those articles with which it agreed, much new and valuable material would be omitted. The Archives of Ophthalmology tries to publish only those articles which present reasonable documentation of the author's conclusions, regardless of whether or not the Editorial Board agrees with them. In such a controversial subject as torsion it would be very unlikely to find any unanimity of opinion among the members of the Editorial Board, nor do I believe much would be gained at the present time in forming a committee to decide this matter ex cathedra. What we need is more experimental data to give us a correct answer to these perplexing
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