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—Items for publication in this department are sent to the office of the AMA in Chicago two months prior to the time of issue of the Archives. Consequently, the editor of News and Comment must receive his material three months before publication date. Too many notices arrive too late for publication, to the disappointment of the sender and to the sadness of the editor. A little foresight would assure more certainty of publication. The editors are eager to be of service. Please help them.
Theory and Practice of Contact Lenses.
—A full-time course of two days' duration, Nov 19 and 20, 1964, is designed to provide ophthalmologists with the information necessary for the fitting of corneal lenses. Material covered includes a discussion of types of contact lenses, their indication, and the safest and surest fitting technique. The use of the keratometer and slit
Rucker CW. News and Comment. Arch Ophthalmol. 1964;72(5):736–738. doi:10.1001/archopht.1964.00970020736027
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