THE MYDRIATIC DRUGS AND THEIR ACTIVE PRINCIPLES.: THE OPHTHALMOLOGIC RELATIONS.

@inproceedings{OliverTHEMD,
  title={THE MYDRIATIC DRUGS AND THEIR ACTIVE PRINCIPLES.: THE OPHTHALMOLOGIC RELATIONS.},
  author={Charles Alexander Oliver}
}
The drugs spoken of as mydriatics are ophthalmologically divisible into four classes—analgesics, mydriatics, iridoplegics and cycloplegics. They receive their generic name from the most prominent objective sign that is produced by their action. By reason of their many-sided effects they are the most valuable diagnostic and therapeutic agents which are employed in ophthalmic practice, the effects being mainly dependent on varying grades of true peripheral palsy. They always act locally. This has… CONTINUE READING

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