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The desk reference is proposed as a rapid reference resource between encyclopedic textbooks and paperback manuals. The book is divided into a "Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology," "Differential Diagnosis," and "Appendices" with appropriate cross-references.
Dr. Collins and his associates are on the right track but fall short of the mark. Given its admitted limitations, the "Synopsis" section covers many high points of ophthalmic disease but not in sufficient detail to get a critical fact. Unfortunately, no drawings or illustrations are present to assist a bewildered clinician. The surgical portion is rather basic and does not add much to the text. The
Ophthalmic Desk Reference. Ann Intern Med. 1992;117:351. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-117-4-351_3
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