Injuries of the Eye, Orbit, and Eyelids: Their Immediate and Remote Effects George Lawson

ISBN: 9781332018048

Published: September 27th 2015

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454 pages


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Injuries of the Eye, Orbit, and Eyelids: Their Immediate and Remote Effects  by  George Lawson

Injuries of the Eye, Orbit, and Eyelids: Their Immediate and Remote Effects by George Lawson
September 27th 2015 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 454 pages | ISBN: 9781332018048 | 6.39 Mb

Excerpt from Injuries of the Eye, Orbit, and Eyelids: Their Immediate and Remote EffectsIn the work which I now offer to the profession I have endeavoured to group together all the most important points relating to injuries of the eye, orbit, andMoreExcerpt from Injuries of the Eye, Orbit, and Eyelids: Their Immediate and Remote EffectsIn the work which I now offer to the profession I have endeavoured to group together all the most important points relating to injuries of the eye, orbit, and eye-lids. My aim has been to produce a book of reference in which will be found not only a description of the injury and its primary treatment, but also the best methods of dealing with those changes and deformities which, however remote, may be more or less consequent on the accident.I have illustrated, as far as I have been able, each form of injury with characteristic cases, feeling that the truthful record of what has been, makes a more lasting impression on the mind than the mere detail of what may be.

In my report of the cases I have had frequent occasion to refer to Jaegers Test-types as a means for ascertaining the acuteness of the patients vision.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work.

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