By Prof. W. Löhlein and Prof. W. Wegner, Freiburg. Price, 8 marks. Pp. 351. Freiburg: J. Waibel, 1934.
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It has been customary in Germany to give from time to time a postgraduate course (Fortbildungskurs), lasting one week, in a university town, in which the ophthalmologic problems of the day are presented in lectures and in clinical and operative demonstrations by the ophthalmologists and other members of the medical faculty. This time the meeting was held in the celebrated university town of Freiburg. These lectures have appeared in printed form, so they are available for those who did not take part in the course. It is interesting to observe what subjects were selected as suitable for this course. Most of the lectures were given by Löhlein, the director of the eye clinic, and by Wegner, his first assistant. Löhlein spoke on glaucoma, new medical and radiation therapy, optical correction and contact glasses, while Wegner discussed ocular tuberculosis, fundus diagnosis of increased blood pressure, operations, questions
Knapp A. Augenärztliche Tagesfragen. Arch Ophthalmol. 1935;13(2):311. doi:10.1001/archopht.1935.00840020171020
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