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A "programmed text" is a comparatively new method of teaching which still seems strange to many of us. In essence, a brief statement is made followed immediately by a question based on the statement. The answer is given on the next page. Thus in 895 mincing steps (statements and questions) the entire field of strabismus is covered. A number of simple diagrams and photographs, some of them in stereo (viewer included) are used. Cer
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