System of Diseases of the Eye Volume 3

System of Diseases of the Eye Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ...Reliniiia, presenting the Clinical Picture of Panophthalmitis.--I have seen acute traumatic purulent retinitis most frequently after foreign bodies, especially in cases in which pieces of percussion-caps had entered the interior of the eye through the cornea; less frequently when they had passed through the sclera. I have also seen it in perforating wounds, especially through the cornea, though more rarely through the sclera. It has also occurred after severe burns of the cornea and in contusions of an eye which had previously been injured, for instance, when there was an adherent leucoma. 1 Archiv fur Ophthalmologie, Bd. ix., 1863, 1, S. 127. 1 Archiv fur pathologische Anatomie und Physiologic und fur klinische Medicin, Bd. ix., 1856, S. 317, and Bd. x. S. 176. Archiv fiir Augenheilkunde, Bd. vi., 1860, 1, S. 219. Ibidem, Bd. viii., 1867, 1, S. 127. 6 Centralblatt fur die medicinischen Wissenschaften, 1874, Nr. 36. 1 Archiv fur Augenheilkunde, Bd. viii., 1879, S. 367. 1 Ibidem, Bd. vi., 1880, 2, S. 299. I have carefully studied the connection between acute traumatic purulent retinitis and traumatic panophthalmitis in a long series of panophthalmitic eyeballs from my large collection, and have published the results based upon an examination of twenty-six cases.1 Since that time I have examined another series (sixteen eyes) with the same affection, and have arrived at the following conclusions: 1. The clinical picture of traumatic panophthalmitis is far from being identical with that of acute purulent chorioiditis, contrary to what thus far seems to have been the general opinion. 2. To the clinical picture of traumatic panophthalmitis corresponds originally as its anatomical basis an acute traumatic purulent retinitis in some cases, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 486 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 25mm | 862g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236905423
  • 9781236905420