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Kestenbaum presents a book on clinical methods of neuro-ophthalmologic examination based on the result of twenty-five years of clinical work in close cooperation with the neurologic services of Drs. E. Redlich, J. Gerstmann, O. Marburg, O. Poetzl, J. Wilder, H. Hoff, N. Savitsky, F. Kennedy, E. D. Friedman. L. Hausman, B. S. Wortis, J. H. Nolan and B. Dattner.
He is modest and points out that the book is not meant to take the place of existing valuable texts, listing several of the latter, but that the volume should be found valuable as a supplement, as its emphasis is on clinical examination.
There are, in all, 384 pages, consisting of 13 chapters as follows: I. "Anatomy of the Optic Pathway," with three subtitles; II. "Field of Vision," with eight subtitles; III. "Pathology of the Optic Nerve," with seven subtitles; IV. "Chiasmal Lesions," with six subtitles; V. "Retrochiasmal Lesions of the
Clinical Methods of Neuro-Ophthalmologic Examination. Arch Otolaryngol. 1947;45(2):279–280. doi:10.1001/archotol.1947.00690010288014
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