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This is the most recent of several volumes that Dr Smith has edited that are designed to bring together neuro-ophthalmic reports of current interest. A reader unfortunate enough to be unfamiliar with Dr Smith's work might be surprised by the heterogeneity of the material in Neuro-oph-thalmology Now! It contains both reviews and case reports. Most are original, but five of the 35 articles have been published previously in journals. There are contributions from European and North American internists, ophthalmologists, neurologists, endocrinologists, radiologists, and neuro-ophthalmologists.
The quality of the material is uniformly high, and the articles are generally well written. Every chapter contains something that was of interest to me. Several of them are outstanding. Derome, Visot, and Akerman describe the ocular manifestations in a large series of cases of fibrous dysplasia of the skull. This may be the best current reference on the subject. Huber and Yasargil present a
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