Publié sous les auspices de la Société française d'ophthalmologie. Par MM. P. Bailliart, Ch. Coutela, E. Redslob, E. Velter. René Onfray: Secrétaire général. Tome II: Physiologie, techniques d'examen. Par MM. P. Bailliart et al. Cloth. Pp. 1,144, with illustrations. Paris: Masson & Cie, 1939.
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This is the second volume of the new eight volume encyclopedia of ophthalmology that is being produced under the auspices of the French Society of Ophthalmology. It is divided into two parts, physiology and technic, with the following subdivisions: the protective apparatus of the eye, by Magitot and Rossano of Paris; sensibility of the eyeball, by Cerise and Thurel of Paris; nutrition and circulation of the eye, by Bailliart of Paris; conjunctival circulation, by Rollin of Paris; endocular fluids and nutrition, by Magitot of Paris; ocular tension by Magitot; physiology of extrinsic ocular motility, by Nordman of Strasbourg; intrinsic musculature, by Magitot; theoretical and applied optics, by Haas of Paris; physiologic optics, by Joseph of Paris; biologic optics, by Leplat of Liege; entopic phenomena by Viallefont of Montpellier; changes in the retina under the influence of light, by Magitot; physiology of vision, by Piéron of the Collège de France, and
Traité d'ophtalmologie. JAMA. 1939;113(17):1590. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800420064026
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