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No two teachers of ophthalmology agree as to how much should be taught the undergraduate medical student or how the material should be presented. Mr. Hobbs has written a thorough, authoritative textbook which can be highly recommended. It is detailed enough to be kept as a reference book by the nonspecialist after graduation from medical school. The method of presentation is the traditional one of dividing the eye into its anatomic parts.
Written in England, it contains British terminology and British spelling, so that its use in the United States may, thereby, be somewhat limited.
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