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April 1980

Ocular Trauma

Arch Otolaryngol. 1980;106(4):247-248. doi:10.1001/archotol.1980.00790280055017

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Ocular Trauma represents a comprehensive review of the subject matter presented by recognized authorities in a very logical and orderly fashion. In addition to the comprehensive nature and logical order of the text, numerous illustrations and tables have been presented to help condense and simplify the wealth of information.

The text, which begins with the evaluation and examination of the patient with ocular trauma, subsequently provides in-depth information regarding treatment, prevention, and the current status of research being done in this field. There are also helpful sections on diagnostic modalities and medical legal implications as well as a comprehensive bibliography for suggested reading.

The text has excellent coverage of areas that concern both the otolaryngologist and the ophthalmologist, including the treatment of injuries to the facial nerve, eyelids, canaliculi, and adnexa. The bulk of the text, however, concerns the sophisticated treatment of globe injuries, which is beyond the scope of

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