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This little book, after briefly taking up the anatomy of the eye and the surrounding structures explains in an elementary way the physics of light, of prisms, lenses, etc.; it explains refraction and the various errors of refraction, describes disorders of the ocular movements, and discusses the diseases of the different structures of the eye, and their treatment. The author states that the book is intended as a substitute for the students' class-room notes, and it serves that purpose very well. The book is well illustrated, and should prove an aid to the medical student.
Lessons on the Eye. For the Use of Undergraduate Students. JAMA. 1911;LVI(15):1138. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.02560150060041
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