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British Medical Association, Section on Ophthalmology.—The annual meeting of the Section on Ophthalmology of the British Medical Association will be held in Oxford, England, on July 22 and 23. The following program will be presented:
On July 22 "The Tubercle Bacillus as a Cause of Obscure Disease of the Eye" will be considered. The discussion will be opened by the following: Mr. F. A. Williamson-Noble, London; Dr. S. R. Gloyne, London; Sir Stewart Duke-Elder, London ; Mr. J. J. Evans, Birmingham; Sir Arnold Lawson, London; Dr. A. B. Porteous, London; Dr. William Stobie, Oxford; Dr. R. L. Vollum, Oxford; Mr. M. H. Whiting, London.
On July 23, the following papers will be read: "The Results of Corneal Transplantation," by Mr. J. W. Tudor Thomas, Cardiff ; "Autohemotherapy in Chronic Iridocyclitis," by Mr. T. J. Phillips ; "Myopia," by Mr. Arnold Sorsby, London ; "The Present Position of Operative Treatment
Waite JH. News and Notes. Arch Ophthalmol. 1936;15(5):922. doi:10.1001/archopht.1936.00840170134012
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