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Two years ago, Harper & Row published their big five-volume, looseleaf text, Clinical Ophthalmology, edited by T. D. Duane. They have now decided to reprint and bind together the chapter devoted to neuro-ophthalmology. This section of the text was written by J. S. Glaser, with important contributions by his colleagues from Miami (Daroff, Dell'Osso, and Troost). These 350 pages do very well as a free-standing book—a book that I believe will be popular with residents in several specialties.
The great Walsh and Hoyt text (2,750 pages) is now 10-years-old and will continue to be an important reference work for many years to come. However, I believe that Neuroophthalmology, by Glaser, will become the standard teaching and learning textbook for residents during the next few years, especially for neurologists and neurosurgeons who don't want all five volumes of Clinical Ophthalmology.
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