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Excerpt from A d104-Book on Diseases of the Eye
The writer has quoted his own cases and experiences, and stated his own Opinions; he has familiarized himself with the work of others, not only in their writings, but pretty largely by personal acquaintance, and drawn freely upon their labors, as may be seen by the references in the text, and by the bibliography.
Of the illustrations many are familiar, while not a few have either not hitherto appeared in ophthalmic text-books, or are orig inal.
In depicting diseases of the fundus oculi, black and white have been used for many of the ordinary lesions, while colored plates have been reserved for special conditions, some of which are familiar and others unusual.
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