RESECTION OF THE OPTICO-CILIARY NERVES

JULIAN J. CHISOLM
1892 Journal of the American Medical Association  
continued for six weeks or two months, and I feared the occurrence of sympathetic ophthalmia. The mother of the patient, said to me one day "the best of bad things is that what we fear, commonly does not occur." I thought that this was a word of comfort which I might take for my fur¬ ther guidance. This yellow spot developed into a cataract, which I removed later, and the sight, with glasses, was per¬ fect. The curvature of the cornea had become normal. That was three years ago, and the boy is
more » ... go, and the boy is able to use his eyes with¬
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