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March 1936

Bericht über die Tätigkeit der Univ. Augenklinik No. 1, Budapest, 1904-1935.

Arch Ophthalmol. 1936;15(3):578-579. doi:10.1001/archopht.1936.00840150212016

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Abstract

Von Grósz is approaching the time when he has to retire from his teaching position in the University of Budapest on account of the age limit, and in this final report he reviews the thirty-one years during which he has conducted the clinic for diseases of the eye and notes down his observations. These are of great interest, as von Grósz has been not only eminent in his contributions to ophthalmology but is well known as having been a most successful organizer and director of one of the largest and most active hospitals for diseases of the eye on the continent of Europe.

After a short historical introduction on ophthalmology in Hungary, there is a chapter devoted to operations. These numbered 43,135 in the thirty-one years and are divided as follows: lens, 40 per cent ; iris, 2 per cent; foreign bodies, 5.6 per cent; muscles, 5.3 per cent; lacrimal sacs,

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