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During the week of Jan. 14 to 19, 1935, at the Northwestern University Medical School, a course will be given on the diagnosis and surgical and nonsurgical treatment of strabismus, including dissection of the cadaver. Half the day will be spent in lectures and demonstrations and the other half day in the hospital, the orthoptic clinic and the laboratory of surgical anatomy. Attendance will be limited to fifteen persons, and accommodations for those desiring them will be arranged at the Lake Shore Athletic Club. Other courses in ophthalmology for larger or smaller groups will be given during the month of January by various teaching institutions in Chicago. For detailed information apply to Dr. Sanford Gifford, Northwestern University Medical School.
Notes and News. Arch Ophthalmol. 1934;12(2):254. doi:10.1001/archopht.1934.00830150108013
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