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Part 2 of this atlas contains colored photographs of no. 11:mottled iris, blepharitis ; 12: phlyctenular conjunctivitis ; 13: epibulbar dermoid ; 14: anterior scleral staphyloma; 15: fistula of tear sac; 16: ulcus serpens; 17: ulcus serpens after cauterization with steam; 18: splinter of iron in the iris; 19: facial herpes with cicatricial entropion; 20 dislocation of the globe.
The lifelike excellence of the stereoscopic photographs in color is as noticeable in this series as in the first and cannot be improved on for teaching purposes.
K. A. Stereoskopischer Atlas der Äusseren Erkrankungen des Auges. Arch Ophthalmol. 1930;4(3):446. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/archopht.1930.00810110160023
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