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As an aid to our readers, the Editorial Board of the Archives now publishes a ten-year index, the first such undertaking in our history. Its compilation was performed by the library staff of the American Medical Association. This invaluable cornucopia of authors and subjects appears at an appropriate time; namely, at the end of a decade marked by some of the most far-reaching and, indeed, revolutionary technical and social trends in the history of ophthalmology.
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