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To the Editor.
—In response to Dr. Rosen's letter about our report, " 'Tomato Catsup' Fundus in Sturge-Weber Syndrome," our intent in the paper was not to claim a new finding but to document photographically a point that has often been confused by many residents, fellows, and physicians that pass through our departments. I am sure glad Dr. Rosen liked the photographs. We corresponded previously with Dr. Bean and he liked the previous photographs. Some of the earlier reports are often nicely supplemented with today's excellent ophthalmic photography, and that was what we were trying to do.
Marvin H. Quickert 1929-1974
Marvin H. Quickert, San Jose, Calif; University of California, San Francisco, 1953; a Navy veteran of the Korean War; in practice in San Jose since 1960, specializing in eye plastic surgery; served on the faculty of the University of California Medical Center in San Francisco; charter member of the American
Smith JL. "Tomato-Catsup" Fundus in Sturge-Weber Syndrome-Reply. Arch Ophthalmol. 1974;92(6):537. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/archopht.1974.01010010551024
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