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Advances in Ophthalmology is a continuing series of papers gathered together in book form by an international editorial board. Some volumes have a common theme (microsurgery of the eye), and others are selections of random topics. Volume 28 falls into the category of random topics and has contributions written in three languages.
There are five papers in this volume. The first, in English, is a succinct review of the visually evoked response (VER), its testing techniques, and clinical applications. As an introduction to the VER, it fulfills its purpose. The second, in German, is "The Analysis of the Development of the Human Choroidal Membrane." One hundred forty-four eyes were studied by hematoxylin-eosin stains and neoprene injections. It is richly documented photographically and is schematically summarized in a series of beautiful color plates. The third paper, in English, "The Fine Structure of the Chorioretinal Border Tissues of the Adult Human
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