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At a time when many new, promising pharmaceutical products are available for the treatment of eye disease, and when complexities of brand new information can confound and bewilder, it is a relief to be presented with an orderly volume, indeed, a marvelous encyclopedia of the effects of drugs and chemicals on the eye, that is complete and repleat with nuggets of clinically useful information. We have long been in the debt of Professor W. M. Grant for his dedication to scholarship in ophthalmology and ophthalmic science. Now that Dr Grant has produced his third edition of Toxicology of the Eye, we again are grateful to him for his continued painstaking devotion to accuracy, documentation, and just plain good clinical judgment. An example of his accuracy can be seen on page 471 in the description of hair dyes. Examples of his documentation are evident throughout the text in the wonderful yet
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