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These transactions of the French Society of Ophthalmology bring a report of the sixtieth meeting, which was held in Paris on May 20 to 22, 1947. The main theme, "Retinal Changes in Relation to General Diseases," by Prof. P. Bonnet, of Lyons, was issued separately, as is customary, and was reviewed in the Archives (39: 115 [Jan.] 1948). The opening session of the meeting was taken up with the discussion of this main topic, in which eleven members took part. The remainder of the program consisted in the presentation of fifty-nine papers, which covered a wide variety of ophthalmologic subjects, as shown in the following titles: "An Epidemic of Acute Dacryoadenitis" (Toulant, Benhamou and Foissin); "Contact Glasses" (Fritz and Bonhomme); "Relative Hemianopsia" (Thiébaut, Guillaumat and Brégeat); "Lym- phatic Vessels of the Bulbar Conjunctiva Studied with Injections of Trypan Blue" (Busacca); "Primary Edema of the Cornea" (Paufique, Chavanne and Prost); "Nonperforating
Knapp A. Bulletins et mémoires de la Société française d'ophtalmologie: Sixty Years, 1947.. Arch Ophthalmol. 1949;41(3):391–392. doi:10.1001/archopht.1949.00900040399013