For a better comprehension as to the kind of cases to which reference is made in this paper I will enter on the subject by relating the following cases, classified under four groups. Group I embraces those cases of congenital lens displacement where treatment is sought, either to improve the existing vision, or because it is feared that at some future time the lens displacement may set up grave intraocular disease. Group II embraces those cases where the lens has become not only displaced but cataractous because of chronic intra
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