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Page 375 - By the operation which I am about to propose to you, these inconveniences are avoided. It is very simple, and may be performed easily and quickly. " I introduce a Beer's cataract knife at the outer and lower margin of the cornea where it joins the sclerotica. The point of the knife is pushed obliquely backwards and downwards until the fibres of the sclerotica are divided obliquely for rather more than one-eighth of an inch. By this incision the ciliary muscle is divided, whilst the accumulated fluid...
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Page 310 - Iritis. — Respecting the frequency of iritis in infants, there can be no difficulty in admitting that it is amongst the rarest of the symptoms of hereditary syphilis. I am sure, however, that it often escapes notice. The absence of the sclerotic zone, and the very small amount of local symptoms which it causes, taken with the fact that young infants usually keep their eyes shut, will account for this. In...
Page 563 - The near point of vision is generally about 3| inches from the eye. As parallel rays are generally brought to a focus on the retina when the eye is at rest, the far point for good eyes is infinitely distant. Owing to the small size of the pupil, rays from a point 20 inches or more distant are practically parallel.