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Though Dr. Adler's widely-known text is directed specifically to the needs of the medical student and the general practitioner, four chapters may be especially useful to the internist for review, if not for reference.
A new chapter, "Symptomatology of Eye Diseases," presents an analysis of ocular symptoms as a scheme of differential diagnosis with references to the rest of the text. Chapter 18, "The Retina," has a fine and very well-illustrated account of vascular disease as it appears in the retina, most useful for its clear distinction between the lesions of hypertension and of arteriolar sclerosis. Chapter 20 describes ocular
Textbook of Ophthalmology.. Ann Intern Med. 1962;57:700. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-57-4-700_1
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