by Norman E. Byer, MD, 174 pp, 124 illus, 120 stereoscopic color slides, cassette tape, Torrance, Calif, Criterion Press, 1982, $295.
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This publication includes a written text of 174 pages and 124 black and white figures of peripheral retinal abnormalities, which correspond to a set of 120 stereoscopic color slide transparencies. In addition, a cassette tape contains the case histories, relevant clinical observations, and comments. This publication is available in five languages (English, French, German, Spanish, and Japanese).
The author is a widely experienced and highly respected clinical investigator of retinal diseases. He has devoted his professional career to documenting changes in the peripheral retina and characterizing the natural course of these abnormalities (ie, lattice retinal degeneration, retinal breaks, cystic retinal tufts, senile retinoschisis, and so on). His remarkable ability to obtain stereoscopic color photographs of the peripheral retinal changes illustrates and documents the clinical course of the lesions. The stereoscopic color slides of peripheral retinal abnormalities accurately record the exact clinical appearance of peripheral retinal abnormalities as viewed with
Gutman FA. The Peripheral Retina in Profile: A Stereoscopic Atlas. Arch Ophthalmol. 1984;102(1):30–32. doi:10.1001/archopht.1984.01040030016015
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