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Three times a year the separate works of several highly skilled British scientists are brought together and evolve into a concise journal—the British Medical Bulletin. Dealing with a specific subject, each issue of the Bulletin has contributed works of the latest developments in science, consistently of high quality and interest. "One cannot fail to catch the spirit of excitement in the rapidly advancing achievements of the present time." Norman Ashton and his committee have indeed succeeded not only in catching the spirit of excitement, but in conveying it to this reader. May's edition is another great work from a line of many, bringing together the uniform excellence of several authorities and revealing a great deal of valuable information relating to the retina. It is impossible to comment on this edition without praising the individual researchers and the group who brought them together.
Sixteen informative papers covering embryology, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry,