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To the Editor.
—In May 1967, Dr. Bresnick wrote to me from the Institute of Ophthalmology in Judd Street, London, asking if I could supply him with full details of those anterior-chamber-implant-containing eyes which I had sent to the institute for pathological examination. This I did and I was, therefore, very interested to read the paper in which Dr. Bresnick referred to these and other eyes (Arch Ophthal82:726-737, 1969). I was, however, slightly disappointed with the use to which all this valuable material has been put. The paper itself had been put together in a rather unclear fashion.Take the important Table 1 for example. The casual reader may conclude that cases 2,7, 13, 14, and 16 were Mr. Choyce's cases and it did take me quite a time before I realised that in fact, only case 13 was mine, and that was far from being a
Choyce DP. EYES CONTAINING ANTERIOR CHAMBER ACRYLIC IMPLANTS. Arch Ophthalmol. 1970;84(5):703–704. doi:10.1001/archopht.1970.00990040705032
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