EXPERIMENTAL IMMUNITY IN RELATION TO THE AGGLUTINATION REACTION IN TYPHOID
Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)
the central fibers, are undergoing atrophy. Two weeks later the right eye showed complete loss for red at and a round the fovca, this central blind spot reaching at, one point the ¡ici¡plierai red vision. At the same time central vision had become reduced to one tenth, a loss of one half since March 21, The peripheral limitations for white were unchanged. It looks as though a central scoloma is inevitable, as the best possible outcome, and I fear the atrophy will not stop there. The left eye.
... rch 21, counted lingers doubtfully at 2 feet by eccentric fixation. At the nasal edge of the fovca there was an absolute scotoma, with a perifoveal area of very doubtful white perception. Colors were not seen at all in this area of doubtful white perception, while both red and blue were seen in a contracted field in the periphery. The field figures are appended. As to treatment, syphilis and tuberculosis were eliminated, the first by a Wassermann test, the second by careful clinical examination, There was no reason whatever to suspect either. The man was kept ill the hospital and treated by diaphoresis, and later strychnin. At the very best the ultimate result will be complete scotoma from the center to the limits of doubtful white perception,