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This volume of 554 pages, brings a report of the eighty-second annual meeting of the society, held at San Francisco, June 26 to 28, 1946, under the presidency of Dr. Eugene M. Blake, of New Haven, Conn. Twenty-four papers were presented and discussed. Five new members were elected; their names and the subject of their theses were as follows: Dr. William B. Anderson, Durham, N. C., "Observation on Corneal and Conjunctival Pigmentation Occurring Among Workers Engaged in the Manufacture of Hydroquinone"; Dr. Hugo Bair, Rochester, Minn., "Analysis and Interpretation of Anomalous Localization and Allied Phenomena Associated with Strabismus"; Dr. Harold Gifford, Omaha, "A Study of the Vitreous Pressure in Cataract Surgery"; Dr. David O. Harrington, San Francisco, "The Autonomie Nervous System in Ocular Diseases," and Dr. William P. McGuire, Winchester, Va., "Surgical Correction of Paresis of the Superior Oblique." The volume contained obituaries of Drs. Ellice
Knapp A. Transaction of the American Ophthalmological Society.. Arch Ophthalmol. 1947;38(5):734. doi:10.1001/archopht.1947.00900010751018