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Ophthalmologists who are interested in glaucoma and who read French are indeed fortunate, for this is the subject of a big, beautiful, and authoritative book published in France by Raymond Etienne of Lyons. In the light of his own very extensive clinical experience with glaucoma, Etienne has evaluated what others have written, and through discussions with other ophthalmologists concerned with glaucoma in various parts of the world has made a first hand comparison of experiences, views, and techniques. Etienne describes in this book what he has decided is currently best and most useful. He has written in so clear and simple a style that one need not be an expert at French to understand it. Charming humor and a spirit of enthusiasm that reflect the author's personality make it a pleasure to read. Those ophthalmologists who were misled in their youth into studying Latin instead of French should at least
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