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December 24, 1932

Corpus tabularum ophtalmicarum.

JAMA. 1932;99(26):2211. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02740780063044

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With the compliments of the Polish embassy at Washington comes this series of colored and black and white illustrations of the optic nerve and retina, the iris and choroid, and the cornea. The dedication reads "HONORIS CAUSA UNIVERSITATIS VILNENSIS DOCTORI JOSEPHO PILSUDSKI HOC OPUS AB AUTORE DEDICATUR." Accompanied by short explanations in English, there appear forty colored plates of various conditions of the optic nerve and retina, forty colored plates of the iris and choroid, and forty black and white illustrations of corneal conditions. On the back page are several illustrations of the eye clinic at Vilna, which is headed by the veteran Polish ophthalmologist Julius Szymanski. Six more such plates are now in the process of preparation and promise to be interesting.

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