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In starting this review, I should say that I know and greatly admire both authors; therefore, it should be no surprise that I have found virtually nothing in this book to which I can take serious exception. It is truly a complete textbook; although not encyclopedic, every aspect of the subject is fully discussed and documented. It is divided into four sections: (1) physiology of the sensorimotor cooperation of the eyes; (2) introduction to the neuromuscular anomalies of the eyes; (3) clinical characteristics of the neuromuscular anomalies of the eye; and (4) principles of therapy. The first two sections were written by the senior author, Burian, and the last two by von Noorden, although both accept full responsibility for the entire work. It is hard to imagine a happier or more successful way to handle this large, complicated subject—a single author could hardly hope to cover it adequately. Even though
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