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This is a collection of the main didactic part of the graduate course for ophthalmologists, held in Berlin, Oct. 19-31, 1925. The speeches of introduction, the clinical slit lamp courses and the operative courses are omitted. Articles, compiled by the individual authors and edited by Dr. Rosenberg, are divided as follows: anatomy, one; extrinsic ocular muscles, one; physiologic optics, two; physiology of perception, two; vegetative physiology and pathology, three; methods of examination, one; therapy, nine; clinical ophthalmology, three, and relationship of the eye to general disease, nine. Some are only a page long and are really only abstracts. Others are full length and go into great detail. Each article is, of course, an expression of the individual beliefs of the author, some of which have not as yet gained universal acceptance. But on the whole, the views presented represent the presentday accepted beliefs of the ophthalmologic world. The confirmed ophthalmologic
Berliner Fortbildungskurs für Augenärzte, Oktober, 1925. JAMA. 1927;88(5):345–346. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02680310057035
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