A practical treatise on the diseases of the eye

by Mackenzie, William

Publisher: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans in London

Written in English
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Includes bibliographic footnotes and index.

Statementby William Mackenzie ; to which is prefixed an anatomical introduction explanatory of a horizontal section of the human eyeball by Thomas Wharton Jones
ContributionsJones, Thomas Wharton, 1808-1891
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] /
Paginationxxxii, 1107 p., [2] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages1107
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Open LibraryOL25659465M

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From to Carter was a member of the General Medical Council and also served as President of the Royal Medical Society. Treatise on some practical points relating to the diseases of the eye: by the late John Cunningham Saunders demonstrator of anatomy at Saint Thomas's Hospital founder and surgeon of the london infirmary for curing diseases of the eye.

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Jones, M.D., (). Anatomy; The cover of this month's British Journal of Ophthalmology shows the title page of Richard Banister's ‘A Treatise of one hundred and thirteen Diseases of the Eyes and Eye-Liddes’ published in London in The title is misleading as it suggests that the author was Richard Banister.

The book in fact was a translation into English of a work by Jacques Guillemeau who was a surgeon Author: Richar Keeler, Arun D Singh, Harminder Singh Dua. Mackenzie published his Practical Treatise on the Diseases of the Eye in and it became a standard textbook on the subject until the invention of the ophthalmoscope in caused a radical change in the diagnosis and treatment of intra-ocular disease.

Charles Deval (December 6, – April 9, ) was a French ophthalmologist born in Pera, Constantinople, He was the son of dragoman Constantin Deval (–). He studied medicine in Paris, receiving his doctorate in For a few years he studied with Frédéric Jules Sichel, and inhe started his own practice.

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