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According to Webster's Third New International Dictionary, an atlas is "a bound collection of tables, charts or plates, illustrating any subject." In the Atlas der Retinopathia diabetica, the excellent colored photographs form only a small part of the book and serve to illustrate brief clinical histories of diabetic patients who had retinal pathology. The remainder of the atlas is a 31-page text in semi-outline form, which describes the eye changes, especially the retinopathy, associated with diabetes mellitus. There is a bibliography which includes most of the outstanding work that has been done in this field.
Regan EF. Atlas der Retinopathia diabetica. Arch Ophthalmol. 1967;77(6):843. doi:10.1001/archopht.1967.00980020845026
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