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Transactions of Fourteenth International Ophthalmological Congress.—Three volumes have been published containing the addresses which were delivered at the Fourteenth International Ophthalmological Congress at Madrid in 1933. These include addresses on tuberculosis of the iris and ciliary body, detachment of the retina and trachoma. Five supplementary volumes have now appeared, written in the language in which the discussions were delivered. Three of the five supplementary volumes are interesting for their individual content : the first deals with retinal detachment ; the second includes the special contribution prepared for the congress by Professor Ramón y Cajal, and deals with the histologic and physiologic problems of the retina; the third comprises the transactions of the two international organizations concerned with antitrachoma measures and the prevention of blindness.
British Medical Association.—The association will hold its one hundred and second annual meeting at Bournemouth, England, the last part of
News and Notes. Arch Ophthalmol. 1934;12(1):102–103. doi:10.1001/archopht.1934.00830140112013
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