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Canadian Ophthalmological Society.
—The 17th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Ophthalmological Society was held at the Physical Sciences Centre, McGill University, Montreal, in September, 1954. Dr. Mark Robert Marshall was in the chair.This being the year of the International Congress of Ophthalmology, the meeting of the Canadian Ophthalmological Society was transferred from the usual meeting time, in June, to just before the Extension of the International Congress, held in Montreal on September 10 and 11. On account of this we had the largest attendance of visitors that we have ever had. This was the source of great pleasure and satisfaction to the members of the Canadian Ophthalmological Society.The scientific program was abbreviated and consisted of nine papers. Prominent among these were those of our two guests of honor. Dr. John H. Dunnington, of the Institute of Ophthalmology, Presbyterian Hospital, New York, spoke on "Defective Ocular Wound
News and Comment. AMA Arch Ophthalmol. 1955;53(2):223. doi:10.1001/archopht.1955.00930010225008
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