After having made use of subconjunctival injections in the treatment of corneal ulcerations for several years, I have become convinced that this mode of treatment has a value altogether its own, one which is possessed in the same degree, in appropriate cases, by no other therapeutic resource at our command, and the object of this paper is to point out, as briefly as possible, wherein consists this peculiar value and what seem to be the indications for their use, reporting by way of illustration, three cases in which they were resorted to.
A look at the past . . .. Arch Ophthalmol. 2007;125(12):1709. doi:10.1001/archopht.125.12.1709