Charles Ritchey

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A penetrating ocular injury caused by a tree branch resulted in a small corneoscleral laceration that healed after primary repair. Post-traumatic inflammation persisted and a vitreous mass developed. The mass finally protruded through the pupil and touched the posterior cornea. Histologic examination of the enucleated eye showed that the lens had been(More)
The " measuring with jugs problem " involves pouring water between jugs to measure out a specific quantity of water. The object is to find the proper sequence of fill operations, pour operations (from one jug to another) and emptying operations to arrive at the desired quantity of water which may be in either jug. In the past, solutions to this puzzle have(More)
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