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To the Editor:—I have just received a letter from Mr. J. Cole Marshall, who expresses regret that in his resume on "Detached Retina," submitted with others by me and published in the Archives (16:996 [Dec.] 1936), he omitted, through an oversight, to state that the method of localization by transillumination, used by Arruga and Šafář, was first described and introduced by Professor Weve in the Annales d'oculistique of January 1934 and was described independently by Lindner half a year later.
Mr. Cole Marshall has asked me to correct the omission for him, and I shall be grateful if you will publish this letter to that end.
Jameson PC. "DETACHED RETINA". Arch Ophthalmol. 1937;17(2):351. doi:10.1001/archopht.1937.00850020157013
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