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Over the years, there has been an important and enriching association between art and medicine. In Color Atlas of Gonioscopy, Dr Alward furthers the partnership by combining an artist's superb drawings with his own succinct text and presents an atlas that clarifies an often confusing and overlooked technique. In a mere 128 pages, the author has used the outstanding anterior-chamber angle illustrations of Lee Allen (an amazing artist, ocularist, ophthalmic photographer, and inventor in his own right) to enhance, illuminate, and elucidate the normal and abnormal anatomy of the angle. Dr Alward has juxtaposed a vast array of appropriate clinical photographs and photomicrographs with these illustrations to delineate the nature of the angle anatomy and clearly show the pitfalls of gonioscopy, as well as highlight where mistakes are often made. And the publishers have done justice to the drawings and photographs by their excellent reproductions.
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Farrell TA. Color Atlas of Gonioscopy. Arch Ophthalmol. 1995;113(10):1238. doi:10.1001/archopht.1995.01100100026019
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