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The authors state in their preface that the purpose of this book is to provide information in topics covering various eye problems in childhood that are of current interest to ophthalmologists and pediatricians, with emphasis on areas of changing knowledge or technology.
They achieve this goal by using many authors and by covering a variety of subjects in a concise manner. Many sections are important and informative to both pediatricians and ophthalmologists, such as those sections dealing with the visually handicapped child, whereas other chapters represent short but comprehensive reviews of rarer clinical diseases or diagnostic skills, which will appeal to a small number of professionals. The references are adequate but not excessive.
This is a very readable book with a
Miller MT. Pediatric Ophthalmology, Current Aspects. Arch Ophthalmol. 1984;102(3):342. doi:10.1001/archopht.1984.01040030272005
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