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Graduate Courses, Harvard Medical School.
—As usual, Harvard Medical School is offering a course in recent advances in ophthalmology from May 6 to June 1 and a course in visual optics and physiology from July 1 to July 27. These are advanced courses and are not open to beginners.The course in recent advances in ophthalmology is designed to give a cross section of the ophthalmic work at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. However, it is based primarily on Dr. Terry's course in clinicopathologic ophthalmology, in which correlation of clinical findings with the pathologic changes is stressed. In addition to the lecture work on pathology, laboratory exercises are given, during which time the student has an opportunity to study in some detail the hundred class slides as well as to see many unusual specimens from the collection of demonstration slides.Visual optics and physiology, under Dr. Ludvigh,
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