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Introduction to Ophthalmology

'A medical student or non-ophthalmologist seeking a brief but coherent discussion of ophthalmology can do no better than Parr's Introduction to Ophthalmology. American-written texts are pre-eminent in their accounts of current therapies and technologies. In an introductory textbook, organization and clarity of expression - characteristics of some English authors - may be more important. A New Zealander, Parr combines American currency and English clarity.' The New England Journal of Medicine

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