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By Dr. Louis Bothman, Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Chicago, and Reuel W. Bennet, Chicago. Price, $17, express prepaid. Chicago : The Year Book Publishers, Inc., 1939.
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This atlas consists of 50 photographic reproductions of the following conditions of the fundus : physiologic excavation of the optic nerve (cylindric type), physiologic excavation of the optic nerve (bowl shaped), vascular loops of retina, epipapillary membrane, persistent hyaloid artery, small coloboma of the optic nerve with conus below, congenital posterior staphyloma, optic nerve pit, glaucomatous excavation of the disk, pseudo optic neuritis, medullated optic nerve fibers, hyaline bodies (drusen) of the disk, papilledema without hemorrhage, papilledema with hemorrhage, myopic crescent, posterior staphyloma in myopia, macular changes in myopia, early diabetic retinitis, diabetic retinitis, proliferating retinitis with retinal detachment in diabetes, localized retinal arteriosclerosis and choroidal sclerosis, nephritic retinitis (advanced), hypertensive neuroretinopathy, stellate figure with a macular cyst, hypertensive neuroretinopathy, proliferating retinitis in an arteriosclerotic fundus, preretinal hemorrhage, thrombosis of the central retinal vein, thrombosis of the superior temporal vein, retinal arteriosclerosis with atrophy of the optic nerve, retinal detachment from
Knapp A. Fundus Atlas. Stereoscopic Photographs of the Fundus Oculi. Arch Ophthalmol. 1940;24(2):425. doi:10.1001/archopht.1940.00870020217030
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