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The publication of these two sections of this Atlas, which presents in stereoscopic colored photographs the dissected structures of the human body, is a boon to the teaching of ocular anatomy. It will repay any ophthalmologist who is teaching or in the process of learning, or, for that matter, just reviewing anatomy for the love of it, to invest in these beautiful pictures.
Each Section comes as a series of small books, each consisting of a series of line drawings made from the photographs of the actual dissections. In the back of each booklet are eight circular Viewmaster reels, each contained in a handy envelope. Each reel can easily be inserted in the Viewmaster stereoscope, sold with the books. This can be lighted by batteries or by connecting it with an electric cord to house current. On each reel there are seven views, each seen stereoscopically, of a particular dissection.
A Stereoscopic Atlas of Human Anatomy. AMA Arch Ophthalmol. 1955;53(3):461–462. doi:10.1001/archopht.1955.00930010463026
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