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The contributions which the late Dr. Harry Friedenwald made were numerous and his interests were widespread. The Archives believes that his medical writings should be listed because of their value to ophthalmology.
Two Cases of Unsuspected Fracture of the Skull, Philadelphia M. Times 17:249, 1886-1887.
Ein Fall von Iriscyste nach Magnetextraction: Heilung durch Excision mit Erzielung guter Sehschärfe, Centralbl. f. prakt. Augenh. 12:341, 1888.
Der sichtbare Blutstrom in neugebildeten Hornhautgefässen, ibid. 12:33, 1888.
Cases of Phlegmonous Gangrene of the Lid, Am. J. Ophth. 7:285, 1890.
Recent Investigations in Strabismus, New York M. J. 52:179, 1890.
The Visual Symptoms of Migraine, Maryland M. J. 24:133, 1890.
Report of the Ophthalmoscopic Examination of Dr. Preston's Cases of Arterio-Sclerosis, J. A. M. A. 16:622 (May 2) 1891.
Retinitis Diabetica, Arch. Ophth. 20:544, 1891.
A Case of Extensive Caries and Cholesteatoma of the Mastoid Process Without Local Signs of Inflammation: Death from
MEDICAL WRITINGS OF DR. HARRY FRIEDENWALD. AMA Arch Ophthalmol. 1950;44(6):879-882. doi:10.1001/archopht.1950.00910020892010