ON THE DIAGNOSTIC VALUE OF THE PHORIA TEST MADE AT THE START OF THE REFRACTION
REPORT OF A CASE OF AMBLYOPIA AND A CASE OF SQUINT SUCCESSFULLY TREATED BY MEANS OF DR. WELLS' TECHNIQUE
STEREOSCOPIC TREATMENT
OCULAR PSYCHOMETRY. Being an Outline of the Fundamental Principles Governing the Control of the Ocular Muscles
NOTES ON THE THERAPEUTIC ACTION OF HEAT AS APPLIED TO THE EYE BY MEANS OF THE INFRA-RED RAY
A CRITIQUE ON THE PAPER, “THE INDVISABILITY OF OCCLUSION TREATMENTS,” BY SAKS,1 WITH FOUR ORIGINAL CASES BY THE AUTHOR
A FEW NOTES ON “THE DECAY OF SIGHT IN OLD MEN” BY SIR ISAAC NEWTON FROM HIS MEMORABLE WORK ON “LIGHT” WRITTEN IN 1675, AND PUBLISHED IN THE YEAR 1704
A ROUTINE OCULAR EXAMINATION FOR MOTOR DRIVERS
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PECULIARITIES OF STRABISMIC VISION. E. Tron. Klin. Monat. Fur., Aug. p. 109
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