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" D ; the acuteness of vision in one eye, when corrected, being equal to -J, and in the other eye , together with normal range of accommodation with the correcting glasses, there being no evidence of progressive disease in the choroid or retina. 3. A... "
The Errors of accommodation and refraction of the eye and their treatment - Page 208
by Ernest Clarke - 1903 - 225 pages
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The India List and India Office List

1819
...exceed 3'5 D, the acuteness of vision in one eye, when corrected, being equal to $, and in the other Jj, together with normal range of accommodation with the...eye (when under the influence of atropine) equals f , and in the other eye equals , with + 4 D glasses, or any lower power. 4. Hypermetropic astigmatism...
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Westminster Hospital Reports, Volume 3

Westminster Hospital - Clinical medicine - 1888
...glasses of this or a lower power they can read D. = 6 with one eye and D. = 12 with the other eye. A candidate having total hypermetropia not exceeding 4 D. is not disqualified provided the sight of one eye (when under atropine) equals D. = 6 and the other eye D. = 12 with + 4 D. or any lower power....
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The India List and India Office List for ...

Great Britain. India Office - India - 1902
...refraction do not exceed — 2*5 D ; the acuteness of vision in one eye, when corrected, being equal to -J, and in the other eye , together with normal range...of atropine) equals %, and in the other eye equals JJ-, with + 4 D or any lower power. 4. Hypermetropic astigmatism does not disqualify a candidate for...
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The India List and India Office List for ...

Great Britain. India Office - India - 1819
...refraction do not exceed — 2*5 D ; the acuteness of vision in one eye, when corrected, being equal to y}, and in the other eye {), together with normal range...the sight in one eye (when under the influence of atropinc) equals , and in the other eye equals J, with + 4 D or any lower power. 4. Hypennetropic...
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Ophthalmic Review, Volume 6

Ophthalmology - 1887
...being no evidence of progressive disease in the choroid or retina. 3. — A candidate having latent hypermetropia not exceeding 4 D. is not disqualified,...in one eye (when under the influence of atropine) equal , and in the other eye equal f , with + 4 D., or any lower power. 4. — Hypermetropic astigmatism...
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