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  • N A Pines
  • The British journal of ophthalmology
  • 1948
A married female, aged 34, came to the London Jewish Hospital over 22 years ago with trachoma and pannus crassus of the right eye. Treatment by the ordinary methods was unsuccessful and consequently the operation of transplanting mucous membrane of the lip on to the eye (Denig's operation), was performed. For cosmetic reasons the mucous membrane graft was(More)
  • N A Pines
  • The British journal of ophthalmology
  • 1946
THE scope of this paper is limited. It will not include spasm of the venous system, rarely seen but undoubtedly existing (it is frequently'seen on the arm's, when making an intravenou,>.injection). And 'the chief interest, if any, of this paper is the connection it tries to establish between the ophthalmoscopic picture of the retina and the result of the'(More)
Objective:Little is known about the effect of maternal handedness and preferential side of breastfeeding upon macronutrients concentration in human milk (HM). We aimed to compare macronutrients content of HM from both breasts, taking into account the self-reported preferential feeding ('dominant') breast, breast size and handedness (right versus left). We(More)
  • N A Pines
  • The British journal of ophthalmology
  • 1951
DEAR SIRS-May I be allowed to congratulate Dr. N. Ashton on hlis excellent paper on retinal micro-aneurysms in the non-diabetic subject (Britisli Journ-al of Ophthalmology, 35, 189). 1 should like to make the following comments. Miliary aneurysms are very often found on the retinal capillaries in cases of advanced angiosclerosis*. The anatomical work of(More)