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Some general information of neurosurgical problems is a good background for the ophthalmologist who frequently is the first to diagnose intracranial diseases and refer the patient for surgery. This book gives the procedures which the surgeon will carry out in a series of 248 excellent illustrations. The subjects of ventriculography, encephalography, and arteriography are of interest to ophthalmologists, and these procedures are well illustrated. The eye changes in progressive exophthalmos and the results of decompression of the orbit are demonstrated. The plates are easily understandable and offer a rapid means of becoming acquainted with the methods and steps of the surgical maneuvers depicted.
An Atlas of Neurosurgical Techniques. AMA Arch Ophthalmol. 1960;64(1):165. doi:10.1001/archopht.1960.01840010167025
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