With Special Reference to the Amelioration or Cure of Chronic Nervous Derangements without the aid of Drugs.—By Ambrose L. Ranney, A.M., M.D., author of "Lectures on Nervous Diseases." "The Applied Anatomy of the Nervous System," etc., etc.; late Professor of Nervous Diseases in the Medical Department of the University of Vermont and of the Anatomy of the Nervous System in the New York Post-Graduate Medical School, etc. Illustrated with 38 wood-cuts. One volume, royal octavo, pages viii-321. Extra cloth, beveled edges, $2,00 net. The F. A. Davis & Co., publishers, 1914 and 1916 Cherry Street, Philadelphia; 117 W. Forty second Street, New York; 9 Lakeside Building, Chicago.
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The author of this volume is an enthusiast in the eye treatment of chorea and epilepsy and backs up his opinion with the recital of cases apparently cured by the correction of the eye defects. It must be conceded in the present inaccurate state of the treatment of epilepsy that it is well in all cases for the practitioner to consider the relation of eye strain to the particular case under observation and there is no question but in many cases the correction of visual defects will be found of great advantage.
Eye-strain in Health and Disease. JAMA. 1897;XXIX(7):348. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440330048017
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