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This outstanding book presents a systematic analytical survey of the entire clinical spectrum of glaucoma. It is based largely upon the clinical experience and viewpoint of the senior author, Paul A. Chandler. Highly relevant laboratory and clinical investigations by W. Morton Grant are smoothly integrated within this framework.
Difficult glaucoma problems are treated in detail, with the experience and judgments of the authors clearly emphasized. The range of experience is enormous and impressive. Even the most exotic forms of glaucoma are discussed at length. Wherever presently available information is considered inconclusive, a specific statement to this effect is made. The section on gonioscopy is particularly masterful, but the reader would undoubtedly be aided by some illustrations of this material.
This book contains a wealth of significant, useful information. It is highly recommended for every ophthalmologist.
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