This book presents current diagnostic and therapeutic procedures found useful and effective in the office management of ocular diseases. Discussion of techniques is generally limited to those with which the author is familiar, and the bibliography lists only references that amplify the text, comment on a controversial topic, or describe techniques untried by the author. Practical hints on techniques of examination and interpretation of findings, extensive tables on differential diagnosis, and informative sections dealing with chemical burns and beta radiation are commendable features. The concluding section provides a helpful ophthalmologic formulary, including conversion tables and calculation of dosage for infants and children. The book should be of practical value to all physicians who treat patients with ocular diseases in the office.