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The author has collected monochromatic stereoscopic photographs of important clinical cases for illustration and for teaching purposes. This is the first of three parts. The pictures are made with the Druner camera ; the illumination is an arc-light projection lamp, of 35 amperes 110 volts. The glare is irritating to inflamed eyes, but is relieved by the use of corodemin drops. This series consists of fifty pictures. An accompanying text is in German, English and Hungarian. The subjects include: conjunctiva: trachoma, posterior symblepharon, gonorrheal conjunctivitis, tuberculosis of the conjunctiva, erythema nodosum, lymphoma, papilloma, carcinoma, cyst, epitarsus, pterygium, xerosis and nevus flammeus and glaucoma; cornea: catarrh, ulcer, serpent ulcer, adherent leukoma, keratomycosis, pannus, applanatio, pseudopterygium, rosacea, disciform, parenchymatous (due to syphilis and tuberculosis) megalocornea; iris : acute iritis, tuberculosis, seclusio, dyschromasia, coloboma; cataract: incipient, hypermature, mature, anterior polar, zonular, posterior, cortical; foreign body: contusion, iridodialysis, cataracta secundaria, perforating wound, burn, vaccinia of lid,
K. A. Sammlung Stereoskopischer Bilder von Augenkrankheiten. Arch Ophthalmol. 1930;4(4):614. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/archopht.1930.00810120174018
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