CENTRAL LONDON OPHTHALMIC HOSPITAL

Haynes Walton
1857 The Lancet  
576 tympani are ruptured; otherwise he is quite well. Throughout the entire case, all communications to the patient were made on a slate, and all his answers and questions were quite rational and correct. This, then, is the second case of recovery in this hospital after the discharge of watery fluid from the ear, thus disproving the assertion of Robert, that the above sign is always a fa.ta.
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