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This book contains 20 papers presented at the 1976 meeting and two papers presented at the 1975 meeting. All are of considerable clinical interest. It is impossible to discuss them all in a short review. The first paper by M. G. Alper is an excellent study on the mucoceles of the sphenoid sinus. The discussion on the pseudo-Duane retraction syndrome by Tom Duane and associates is most informative. The discussion, however, delivered by Tom Duane on the following day is a masterpiece of wit, self-criticism, and insight. Andrew P. Ferry and associates discuss immunotherapy of squamous cell tumors of the conjunctiva, while John Sullivan and coauthors describe the new cryosurgical treatment for trichiasis. Robert Kennedy of Rochester continues his significant studies on the bony changes in the anophthalmic orbit, while Arthur Keeney and W. E. Moore discuss the hazards of penetrating wounds caused by new types of materials used in
Blodi FC. Transactions of the American Ophthalmological Society, 1976: Volume LXXIV. Arch Ophthalmol. 1977;95(10):1892. doi:10.1001/archopht.1977.04450100194035
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