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If ever there was a volume which could convert the average ophthalmologist into an instant professor at grand rounds, this is it. The author goes from Adie's syndrome to the Zinsser-Engman-Cole syndrome, actually covering 197 rare to not-so-rare systemic disorders involving various portions of the visual system.
The book is so cross indexed that one can easily find the desired syndrome even if only one element of the syndrome is known.
For example, a discussion of Schaumann's syndrome can be found if one remembers the full name. However, if one only remembers that uveitis was one of its findings, it could be found in the cross index under syndromes with uveitis. If one remembers that it occurred primarily in Negroes, it would be found under the cross index involved in ethnic grouping, and finally if one only remembers that there is some eye syndrome which also has hilar adenopathy, it
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