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May 27, 1899


JAMA. 1899;XXXII(21):1137-1140. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450480001001

EYE AND NERVOUS SYSTEM.  THEIR MUTUAL AND INTIMATE RELATIONSHIP.BY F. C. HOTZ, M.D.Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology, Rush Medical College, Professor of Ophthalmology, Chicago Polyclinic, Attending Oculist and Aurist, Presbyterian Hospital.CHICAGO.To be invited to address a society of the representative physicians of a great State is certainly a great honor and a personal compliment which would awaken very pleasant feelings in the breast of every man. But what pleased me the most was the thought that a society of practitioners was desirous of listening to the address of an oculist; for I thought I could see in this desire an indication that the wide gulf which has so long separated general medicine and ophthalmology is being filled up and that physicians are beginning to realize that a familiarity with the discoveries of modern ophthalmology may often be of material assistance to solve many a difficult problem

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