A Manual of Ophthalmic Practice

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Lewis, 1888 - Eye - 314 pages
 

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Page 318 - Walsham, besides being an excellent surgeon, is a teacher in its best sense, and having had very great experience in the preparation of candidates for examination, and their subsequent professional career, may be relied upon to have carried out his work successfully. Without following out in detail his arrangement, which is excellent, we can at once say that his book is an embodiment of modern ideas neatly strung together, with an amount of careful organisation well suited to the candidate, and,...

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