The Late John Revere, M.D

1847 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
within the range of vision, and frequently it was only necessary to separate tho edges of the last opening not yet fully united. The occasional projection of the cornea has slowly subsided, and though still perceptible, is probaby diminished about one half. During the fourth week of the treatment Miss B. first observed a decided change in the phenomena of her vision, inasmuch as the false image of any object, at wdiich she looks, being fainter, is more easily distinguishable from the real one,
more » ... nd the two images had become so much approximated that a portion of the false one was often hidden behind the real one.
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