Druault (Paris): On the Pathology of Quinine Amaurosis
Experiments on dogs showed that quinine amaurosis was due to the toxic action of the quinine upon the ganglion cells of the retina, which degenerate, rather than to the ischaemia caused by the spasm of the vessels.
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