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The anxious resident facing a stiff examination would like to believe that he can absorb the contents of a slim soft-bound volume in just a few evenings and thus end his worries about flunking neuro-ophthalmology. However, this paperback is jammed with complex material in a concentrated form that can only be taken in small doses. So, reader, beware. This book is, as the title suggests, a study outline for review or overview and is no substitute for the customary caseoriented way of learning a clinical subspecialty. Nevertheless, when a student asks me where to start reading about neuro-ophthalmology, I will probably direct him to this manual because I admire the clear organization and simple diagrams. Dr Bajandas is obviously an inspired teacher, who was taught by an inspired teach
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