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American pathologists and ophthalmologists are indeed fortunate to have the wealth of published material currently available regarding ophthalmic pathology. This includes the books by Yanoff and Fine, Garner and Klintworth, and the late C. H. Greer, the promised new edition of Hogan and Zimmerman to be edited by William H. Spencer, and the forthcoming English translation of Professor G. O. H. Naumann's excellent work. The third edition of Ocular Pathology by Apple and Rabb should not be overlooked. In vying for a place on the ophthalmologist's or pathologist's shelf, it is, in fact, an attractive choice.
"In vying for a place on the ophthalmologist's... shelf, it is... an attractive choice."
The authors state in their introduction, "This textbook is intended to be the second step in the study of ophthalmic pathology. A logical first step is the excellent newly published volume 11 of the Home Study Course of the American
Albert DM. Ocular Pathology: Clinical Applications and Self-assessment. Arch Ophthalmol. 1985;103(7):899. doi:10.1001/archopht.1985.01050070025014
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