MALINGERING—PRETENDED BLINDNESS
PRACTICAL NOTES AND CURRENT REFRACTIVE TOPICS
MASTURBATION, THE CAUSE OF AMBLYOPIA
A CORRECTION
FULL SPEED AHEAD
Visual Field Conditions in Abnormal Weariness of the Eye, by Gelb and Goldstein, from the Progress of Ophthalmology. Edited by M. L. Foster. Archives of Ophthalmology. Vol. LV, No. 2, pp. 190–191, 1926
Opthalmoscopy With Pin-Hole Pupil. Charles I. Saks. The Optical Journal and Review. Vol. LVII, No. 7, p. 33, 1926
On the Physiological Retinal—Venous Pulse. R. Kummell. Arch. f. Augenheilk., Bd. XCV, February, 1925. Abstracted by G. V. Giri, in the British Journal of Ophthalmology, June, 1926
Myopia in an Infant, by Henry, from the Progress of Ophthalmology. Edited by M. L. Foster. Archives of Ophthalmology, Vol. LV, No. 2. p. 194. 1926
The Chromatic Test for the Dominant Eye. Joseph I. Pascal. The American Journal of Ophthalmology. Vol. 9. No. 5, 1926. Reprinted in full
Report Regarding Device Used in Lateral Homonymous Hemianopsia. A. Wiener. Archives of Ophthalmology. Vol. LV, No. 4, pp. 362–363. (Ill.) 1926
Amblyopia. M. B. Ketchum. The Western Optical World. Vol. 13. No. 6, p. 269, 1925
Myopia, by Drualt-Toufesco, from the Progress of Ophthalmology. Edited by M. L. Foster. Archives of Ophthalmology. Vol. LV, NO. 2, p. 194, 1926
Blue Lenses and Cataract. I. Block. The Optical Journal and Review. Vol. LVII, No. 20, pp. 23–24, 1926
The Diplopia Lamp. E. N. Hughes. The British Journal of Ophthalmology. Vol. X, No. 4, 1926
EXTERNAL OCULAR INSPECTION
PROGRESS IN MARYLAND
VERMONT ASSOCIATION JOINS WITH OTHER STATES IN PUBLISHING THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OPTOMETRY
BALTIMORE OPTOMETRISTS OFFER THREE PRIZES FOR THE BEST THESIS ON HYPEROPIA