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Most of this book is, of course, neuro-ophthalmology. Some of Bender's classic articles on eye movement abnormalities are reproduced in facsimile along with some of his important work on perception. About 10% of the 366 articles he published between 1935 and 1983 appear in this book. Comments by his friends and former associates on Bender the man and on various aspects of his work are to be found throughout the volume. These comments were contributed by Robert Friedland, Edwin Weinstein, Macdonald Critchley, Bernard Cohen, Howard Krieger, and Robert Jaffe.
This is a book that should be owned and read by everyone interested in neuro-ophthalmology—if only to see how much in neuro-ophthalmology we owe to Morris Bender.
Thompson HS. Selected Papers of Morris B. Bender: A Memorial Volume. Arch Ophthalmol. 1984;102(3):342. doi:10.1001/archopht.1984.01040030272006
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