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Paul Römer Festschrift.—The February number of the Zeitschrift für Augenheilkunde is devoted to a "Festschrift" in honor of the sixtieth birthday of Paul Römer, professor of ophthalmology in the University of Bonn. The number contains an excellent photograph of Professor Römer, and the following papers: 1. "Examination of Changes in the Permeability of the Vessel Walls in Enucleated Eyes of Rabbits, and Additional Attempts to Determine the Absolute Blood Quantity in Rabbits' Eyes with Radioactive Indicators," by Dr. K. Schmidt, Bonn. 2. "Central Scotoma in Diseases of the Chiasm," by Dr. E. Riegel and Dr. K. Vogelsang, Bonn. 3. "Nonoperative Treatment of Retrobulbar Neuritis," by Dr. E. Haas and Dr. K. Schmidt, Bonn. 4. "Perimetry," by Prof. F. Best, Dresden. 5. "P-butylaminobenzoyl Zh'-Methyl-Aminoethanol Hydrochloride," by Dr. H. Gebb, Frankfort. 6. "Trachoma," by Dr. E. von Grosz, Budapest. 7. "Actinomycosis of the Canaliculus," by Prof. W. Gruter,
Waite JH. News and Notes. Arch Ophthalmol. 1933;9(5):840–842. doi:10.1001/archopht.1933.00830010863012
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