A Handbook of the diseases of the eye and their treatment

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P. Blakiston, Son, 1897 - Eye - 318 pages
 

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Page 283 - ... gives a systematic account of the varieties of cystic formation found in the human Fallopian tube. He says that cysts in this structure are found in about 40 per cent, of all female autopsies.
Page 128 - Crede's method of instilling a few drops of a two per cent. solution of nitrate of silver into the eyes of every infant immediately after birth is still extensively practiced.
Page 610 - Berlin worsted is then made, including red, orange, yellow, yellow green, pure green, blue green, blue, violet, purple, pink, brown, gray, several shades of each color, and at least five gradations of each tint, from the deepest to the lightest. Green and gray, several kinds each of pink, blue, and violet, and the pale-gray shades of brown, yellow, red, and pink, must especially be well represented. " The choice of the material does not belong specially to our method.
Page 402 - ... incarceration, is so liable to occur, even some days after the operation, and why it is so difficult to devise a sure means for preventing the accident; as, also, how it is that even a very narrow coloboma is sufficient to protect the eye from the disaster. And yet I am inclined to think, that among the oculists who have reverted to the simple method, there are some who do not realize the modus operandi in either case. Within a few hours after the operation, the wound in the corneal margin most...
Page 614 - D, and no active morbid changes of choroid or retina be present. 3. A candidate who has a defect of vision arising from nebula of the cornea is disqualified, if the sight of either eye be less than...
Page 606 - Sattlcr's theory, as the occurrence of functional affections of the central nervous system is admitted.
Page 611 - who, without being quite guilty of this confusion, evinces a manifest disposition to do so, has a feeble chromatic sense. b. He who is color blind by the first test, and who upon the test of skein B selects only the correct skeins, is incompletely color blind.
Page 403 - ... cough, a sneeze, a motion of the head, the necessary efforts in the use of a urinal or bed-pan, no matter how careful the nursing —to rupture the newly formed union; and, as a matter of fact, this often does take place. The aqueous then flows away through the wound with a sudden gush, and, where the simple extraction has been employed, carries with it the iris. Doubtless, in this event, it is that portion of the aqueous humor which is situated behind the iris, which is chiefly concerned in...
Page 330 - ... to the sympathetic in the neck and thence to the cavernous plexus, Gasserian ganglion, ophthalmic division of the fifth nerve, nasal branch of this division, ganglionic branch of this nerve, ciliary ganglion...
Page 609 - The colors to be selected are red, orange, yellow, yellow-green, pure green, blue-green, blue, violet, purple, pink, brown, gray, — several shades of each color and at least five gradations of each tint from the deepest to the lightest.

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