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OPHTHALMIC ASPECTS OF ACUTE OXYGEN DEFICIENCY
I. INTRODUCTION The human eye manifests marked alterations in many of its functions when the supply of oxygen is inadequate. In fact, all the organs of the body are affected by variations in theExpand
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A Scotoma Associated with Strabismus
After carefully excluding cases which for various reasons were not entirely reliable, a series of cases of strabismus were found to show an absolute central scotoma in the amblyopic eye. The LloydExpand
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The capillary sphincter in the human retina.
  • J. N. Evans
  • Medicine
  • Archives of ophthalmology
  • 1 February 1947
STUDIES of the blood vessels of the human retina were primarily stimulated by interest in the anatomy of the structures of the eyeground as they relate to basic aspects of ophthalmoscopy. The paucityExpand
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Retinal Perivascular Delineation.
  • J. N. Evans
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Transactions of the American Ophthalmological…
  • 1 December 1931
In the latter part of 1925 a series of studies1was begun which in the following years2disclosed certain phenomena the interpretation3of which demanded an understanding of the so-called retinalExpand
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AN INTERPRETATION OF DEFECTS IN THE VISUAL FIELD
Interest in defects of the central part of the visual field was responsible for the studies in angioscotometry made in 19261and 1927,2and an effort to explain certain phenomena associated with theseExpand
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Experimental Production of Detachment of the Retina
Placing of a tight ligature about the optic nerve produced edema of the nerve head, peripapillary detachment of the retina and in some cases balloon-like detachments. From the research department ofExpand
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Optotype for young children
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