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1901 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
ven this small amount of vision left him, so that he could not distinguish light from darkness. Three weeks later, when first seen by Dr. Payne, he was again beginning to see objects. The veins of the fundus were a trifle full, the arteries some¬ what narrowed, the margins of the papilla; somewhat hazy, the temporal halves of the discs taking on a glistening white appearance, the nasal halves retaining a pinkish appearance.
doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470440053019 fatcat:64k3i6mgajdojlhyg7v7m7e7uy