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January 28, 1899


JAMA. 1899;XXXII(4):193. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450310041013

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Section on Ophthalmology.  —Dr. Edmond Landott of Paris, the well-known ophthalmologist and author, has accepted the invitation of the Section on Ophthalmology to give an address before that body in Columbus next June. Dr. Landott has chosen the title: "Some Disturbances of the Ocular Movements."Among other arrangements is a joint session with the Section on Otology and Laryngology, that will occupy the whole morning of the second day. The subject for discussion is "The Relation of Ocular Diseases to Affections of the Nose and Neighboring Cavities." It will be introduced by an address from Dr. Charles Stedman Bull of New York, on "Some Points in the Symptomatology, Pathology and Treatment of the Sinuses Adjacent and Accessory to the Orbit," followed by Dr. Bryson Delavan of New York, on "Nasal Stenoses in their Relation to Ocular Disturbances"; Dr. J. A. White of Richmond, Va., "Eye Troubles Attributable to Nasopharyngeal and

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