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Anyone who has read Cogan's two, now classic, neuro-ophthalmic texts will have come to expect a standard of excellence. This volume easily meets these expectations. In terms of both scope of information and quality of organization, this book is an important addition to medical literature. It is written primarily for those outside the field of ophthalmology, and, as such, provides the reader with a comprehensive source of information about the eye manifestations of vascular disease. It accomplishes this without resorting to technical ophthalmic language. The ophthalmologist, more familiar with some of the material, will find the clinicopathological correlations and the discussions of differential diagnoses especially useful.
The excellent organization of this book is typical of its author's writing. First, a general overview is provided by the succinct summary at the end of each chapter. Second, for those who want references on specific points, there is a detailed table of contents,
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