The Most Common Eye Diseases in the N.-W. P. and Oudh. Illustrated by 1,000 Cases

  • Glenn Fink
  • Published 2016 in The Indian medical gazette


I will not weary the reader with a description of the anatomy of the eye, but take" it for granted that the knowledge of that subject, as a student in the dissecting and lecture-rooms, still has that fascination over him which the eye of all subjects seems to have with most surgeons in India, particularly those in civil employ, who have greater advantages and opportunities than their confreres iu the sister service. I must at the outset of my paper apologise for the omission, since it would take up a very great deal of time and space, and ask him to refer to text-books


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