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To the Editor:
—I read with great interest the correspondence concerning the paper by Dr. Richard D. Richards, entitled "A Scleral Shell After Evisceration,"1 which appeared in the January, 1962, issue of the Archives. Since both the correspondents and the author mention my paper on sympathetic uveitis,2 I would appreciate it if you would publish the following clarification:My case of sympathetic uveitis after evisceration was noted only in passing because this was not the subject of my paper. Details of the case and histologic slides are certainly available to anyone who is interested in it.I also did not want to belabor the obvious,
Blodi FC. SYMPATHETIC UVEITIS AFTER EVISCERATION. Arch Ophthalmol. 1962;67(6):838-839. doi:10.1001/archopht.1962.00960020838027