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New York Academy of Medicine.—At the November meeting of the Section of Ophthalmology of the New York Academy of Medicine, held November 21, an instructional hour on perimetry of chiasmal lesions was conducted by Dr. Ralph I. Lloyd. Slit lamp demonstrations were made by Drs. Milton Berliner, Wendell L. Hughes, Giralamo Bonaccolto and Gordon M. Bruce.
Dr. Mark Schoenberg reported a case of recurrence of ocular hypertension eighteen years after an Elliot trephining.
Dr. Phillips Thygeson gave a report on the use of sulfanilamide in the treatment of inclusion conjunctivitis.
A paper on the use of the grenz ray in the practice of ophthalmology was read by Dr. Raymond Pfeiffer and discussed by Dr. Gustave Bucky.
The paper of the evening was presented by Dr. Walter Ivan Lillie, of Philadelphia, on the interpretation of fundal changes associated with arterial hypertension.
Dr. James W. White is
News and Notes. Arch Ophthalmol. 1938;20(6):1071–1073. doi:10.1001/archopht.1938.00850240187014
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