On Extirpation of Tumors of the Optic Nerve With Preservation of the Ball by Means of Temporary Resection of the Outer Wall of the Orbit
FROM his own experience, Jonnesco commends highly this operation first performed by Kronlein. Axenfeld also had good results in 3 cases. Panas prefers it to Lagrange's method, but the latter method is favored by Dransart.
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