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This is truly a monumental work. Since the first edition of Walsh's Clinical Neuroophthalmology in 1947 it has been the bible of student and clinician alike. With the able assistance of Dr. Hoyt, Dr. Walsh has expanded the last, or second, edition of 1,294 pages, to a three-volume masterpiece of close to 3 000 pages. There are very few books which are really essential to the practicing clinician and most of these can be discarded after a year or two. Walsh and Hoyt, however, is going to be around for a long time. Its encyclopedic nature, easy style, and clinical applicability will make it an absolute necessity for every ophthalmic library. Our deep thanks to the authors who must have devoted an incredible amount of effort to the production of this edition.
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