Excerpt from The Practical Medicine Series, Vol. 3: Comprising Ten Volumes on the Year's Progress in Medicine and Surgery; The Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Altogether, the relations between ophthalmology proper and general medicine have been discussed with greater thoroughness and a better understanding arrived at dur ing the past year than has obtained in former years. This is particularly true of syphilis, tuberculosis, brain tumor and diseases of the neighboring cavities.
As in former years, the space at the Editor's disposal is entirely inadequate even to notice the large number of meritorious papers contributed during the past year to the literature of ophthalmology. He has been placed in the embarrassing position of desiring to refer to them without the means of doing so. With this purpose in view, however, he has omitted a number of illustrations for the purposes of abstracting some articles that would otherwise have to be omitted.
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