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July 1966

The Uveal Tract and Its Endogenous Inflammations.

Arch Ophthalmol. 1966;76(1):154. doi:10.1001/archopht.1966.03850010156024

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The publishers of the International Ophthalmology Clinics are to be congratulated for presenting a most stimulating volume in their series of reviews of specialized fields in ophthalmology. Reaching across the Atlantic to Germany, an "all European" volume of the current problems and research in uveitis has been prepared. Although Dr. Remky, the editor, states in his introduction "the United States does not export beer to Germany," it is a more intellectual appetite that is satisfied by this most welcome German export to the United States. In addition to clinical presentations by ophthalmologists on the varying clinical challenges of inflammation of the uveal tract, a comprehensive approach to our fundamental knowledge, and ignorance, of the uvea is supplied in an excellent chapter by an anatomist on the morphology of the uvea. This chapter bears special mention, for it contains in succinct form current electron microscopic interpretations of uveal function and beautifully

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