Galezowski has had made an ophthalmo-therometer for measuring the temperature of the eye in the living. The bulb is arranged to fit the lower cul-de-sac, where is is allowed to remain three minutes. The normal temperature of the lower cul-de-sac varies from 35.7 to 36.2.
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