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—, Aug. 19, 1903.
Dr. H. V. Würdemann, Milwaukee, Wis.
—I have a male patient 58 years old coming to my office with inversion of both eyes, the disease has become very chronic (Right eye) the upper lid has five rows of displaced lashes and he has lost all power to open this lid. the left is not as bad and its seem to me there is shrinking of the conjunctiva from chronic disease, Especially trachoma The sight is fairly good of both eyes, now what in your opinion do you think it would cost him, and what per cent will you give me if I send you all the eye cases from out this way? The reason why I want to know about what it cost these farmers is so I can tell them beforehand to get the money ready, Yours Respt.(Signed) —P. S. Let me
The Commission Evil.. JAMA. 1903;XLI(13):796. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490320036013