1857 The Lancet  
522 edge of the cornea, thus allowing the upper lid to cover part o: the very large pupillary opening. The following may in its symptoms be considered a type o: the above cases :-The central part of the cornea is slightly dim (anaesthetic according to Graefe); the pupil rather dilate6 and immovable, sometimes greenish; its area dull ; the veins emerging in the ciliary region enlarged, and the globe stone hard. There were no other inflammatory symptoms. The
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