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Article
October 1948

The W. H. Ross Foundation (Scotland) for the Study of Prevention of Blindness.

Arch Ophthalmol. 1948;40(4):481-482. doi:10.1001/archopht.1948.00900030493011

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Abstract

This volume is a compendium of papers which have been published as the result of grants made by this foundation. The papers are of widespread ophthalmologic interest and for the most part have to do with injuries and infections of the cornea, especially those encountered in industrial practice. A list of the titles and their authors follows:

  • A. J. Rhodes: Conjunctival Bacteria and Hypopyon Ulcer Studies on the Bacteriology of Hypopyon Ulcer

  • R. M. Dickson: Traumatic Ulcer of the Cornea, with Special Reference to Coal Miners

  • First-Aid Treatment of Industrial Eye Injuries

  • Eye Injuries in Industry

  • A Statistical Analysis of Persons Certified Blind in Scotland

  • Dorothy Adams Campbell: Hereditary Microphthalmia in Albino Rats

  • Joseph R. Mutch and Donald Mackay: The Detection and Significance of Melanophore-Expanding Substance in Urine and Blood, with Special Reference to Retinitis Pigmentosa

  • J. M. Robson and G. I. Scott: Local Treatment of Experimental Pyocyaneus Ulcers of

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