The fifteen new books described in this column are indicative of the current interests in ophthalmic practice. Three books deal with ocular pathology and three deal with ocular motility, strabismus and binocular vision. There are two new books on pharmacology and on ophthalmic optics and dispensing. There is one new book on contact lenses, on refraction, on blindness, and on general anatomy, and one very useful new optometric desk reference volume.
Several of the books are definitive major contributions. Several will have distinct usefulness in the library of practicing optometrists.