The Current Concepts have now been in existence for ten years and appear every two years. The first two issues were published by the Department of Ophthalmology at Washington University, and the next two were published at the University of Iowa. Now the torch has been taken over by the University of Florida. As expected, the main thrust of this issue deals with corneal diseases, viral infections, and other aspects of primary interest to the staff at Gainesville. Some of the chapters are excellent review articles and bring us up to date in specific fields. Especially mentioned should be the chapter on herpetic keratitis by Alan Sugar and Herb Kaufman, the one on antiviral agents by Roger F. Meyer and Herb Kaufman, the one on the management of corneal graft complications by Frank Polack, and the one on Keratoconus by Antonio R. Gasset. Unusually thorough is the review on corneal
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