CLINICAL DEDUCTIONS IN THE STUDY OF TUBERCULOSIS

WILLIAM PORTER
1911 Journal of the American Medical Association  
simple color-interlacing or inversion with more or less constriction of the field boundaries. In ten of these fifty-three cases the dyschromatopsia either actually preceded any recognizable ophthalmoscopic change in the eye-grounds or accompanied most incipient stages of choked disk. These distortions of the color boundaries, therefore, promise to be of some service in the making of a more precocious diagnosis of an increase of intracranial tension than is commonly ventured on.
doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260070212009 fatcat:liw2wkdjzvfl3kxof6nlihgbiy