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Pan-American Congress of Ophthalmology.
—The Uruguayan committee in charge of the organization of the Second Pan-American Congress of Ophthalmology, which was to be held in Montevideo, Uruguay, in 1943, resolved to postpone this congress until 1944. The exact date will be announced later. The scientific program as it has been published in previous announcements remains unmodified. It is as follows : The first day will be given to a consideration of social ophthalmology, the morning session to cover "Prevention of Blindness in the Americas" and the afternoon session, "The Status of Trachoma in the Americas." The second day will be devoted to research in ophthalmology, eight studies to be selected by the committee on arrangements. The third day will be given to a consideration of glaucoma, the topics to be "The Preglaucomatous State—Its Diagnosis and Treatment," "New Ideas on Glaucoma Derived from Gonioscopy," "Estimation and Mechanism of the Destructive