Image from page 296 of “Transactions” (1865)

Image from page 296 of “Transactions” (1865)
Eyes Vision
Identifier: transactionsoph11ameruoft
Title: Transactions
Year: 1865 (1860s)
Authors: American Ophthalmological Society
Subjects: Ophthalmology
Publisher: New York [etc.]
Contributing Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: Ontario Council of University Libraries and Member Libraries

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T. V.Corv.r !^xy^ KlG. 1. Congenital dislocation of both lenses, as seen with the oplithalmoscope(inverted image;.

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KH. Conrad h Fig. 2. Left eje, as seen with oblique illnniination. Discussion. 247 DISCUSSION. Dr. G. C. Harlan, Philadelphia: Many years ago I removedtwo congenital clear dislocated lenses that were floating about inthe fluid vitreous like fish in water. They could only be seen byoblique illumination. I made the ordinary incision and slippedthe wire loop behind them and extracted them. I have forgottenthe amount of vision exactly, but it was very satisfactory. TRANSACTIONS AMERICAN Ophthalmological Society, Forty-third Annual Meeting. Washington, D. C, 1907. Vol. XI, Part II. HARTFORD: PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIETY 1907. V^, ^ w The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company, Printers, Hartford, Conn. TABLE OF CONTENTS A Members of the society Minutes of the forty-third annual meeting, The value of systematic bacteriologic and microscopic study in the treatment of gonococcal conjunctivitis; Dr. C. A. Oliver, Perivasculitis retinae; Dr. C. A. Oliver, Vasculitis and perivasculitis; Dr. G. E. de

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