Awarded annually by the Publishers Marketing Association (PMA), in 2000 the Benjamin Franklin Award was presented to the Stereo Atlas of Fluorescein and Indocyanine Green Angiography in the Professional/Technical category.
Survey of Ophthalmology 44;4:360 June 2000
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... as I began to read the text, I was immediately impressed by the accuracy and clarity of the writing. Then I took out the red-cyan stereoscopic glasses and viewed the multiple stereo photographs. Great stuff!"
"The authors begin with a very good introduction to interpretation of the basics of (stereo) ocular angiography."
"...I had fun with this atlas.
I recommend this book for residents and fellows...
Retina 20;3:321 June 2000
"... it takes little imagination to appreciate the value that will be associated with an ability to transfer good stereo images electronically via the internet."
...the most impressive aspect of this atlas is the demonstration of a technique which may become a standard in years ahead.
...this atlas is highly recommended to anyone interested in a new approach to stereo angiography. The authors are to be congratulated for introducing this technique to a wider audience.
Stereo Atlas of Fluorescein and Indocyanine Green Angiography
Hardcover 148 pages
$195.00 plus shipping