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This is a valuable modernization of a great text. We would probably not have it in our hands today—or perhaps ever—if it were not for the skill and power provided by a good wordprocessing program. When, in 1967, Drs Walsh and Hoyt gave their 4½-ft high stack of typescript to the Williams & Wilkins Co, two years went by before the book was published; however, this volume frequently refers to 1981 articles and to some 1982 articles. It is right up to date. Let's hear it for computerized word processing in the publishing business!
For this revision, the Williams & Wilkins Co apparently put all 2,754 pages of the third edition into a word processor and Miller learned how to use the system as a file in which he stored the new knowledge of the last 15 years. Open the text anywhere and you will find not only that it
H. Stanley Thompson, James J. Corbett. Walsh and Hoyt's Clinical Neuro-ophthalmology. Arch Ophthalmol. 1983;101(1):141–142. doi:10.1001/archopht.1983.01040010143034