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The introduction of the new modality of stereoscopic atlases has given a new (and third) dimension to the visual presentation of ocular disease. This has resulted in some splendid collections of anterior segment and retinal photographs which have provided some correlation of clinical stereophotographs with pathologic specimens and fluorescein angiograms. To a degree, these have increased our knowledge of disease processes while comprising a teaching medium of high quality, portability, and convenience.
The present monograph refines, expands, and extends our knowledge of disease processes of the macula by means of superb color stereographs accompanied by black and white diagrams, pathological sections, fluorescein angiograms, and a lucid text. This is far more than a collection of miscellaneous fundus photographs with diagnostic labels. Rather it is a dynamic analysis correlating the newer knowledge derived from fluorescein angiography with clinical appearances and pathological sections. The whole adds up to a comprehensive and intensive
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