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August 1950

News and Notes

Arch Ophthalmol. 1950;44(2):349-352. doi:10.1001/archopht.1950.00910020356012

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American Ophthalmological Society.  —The Eighty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the American Ophthalmological Society was held at Hot Springs, Va., May 31 and June 1 and 2.On the scientific program appeared a number of contributions of considerable clinical value and interest. Endothelial dystrophy of the cornea appears as congenital, familial and idiopathic, and the various types were described by Drs. Ralph I. Lloyd and Jesse Levitt, of Brooklyn. They presented their findings in a case of congenital endothelial dystrophy in a newborn child, in 3 cases of congenital dystrophy appearing in 2 brothers and a sister in adult life and in an isolated case of cornea guttata in a man aged 60.Dr. David G. Cogan, of Boston, reported on "Ophthalmologic Surgery of Atomic Bomb Survivors in Japan." The study which formed the basis of this report is part of a long term project conducted by the Atomic Bomb

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