SOME OF THE ASPECTS OF RENAL INADEQUACY FROM A NEUROPATHIC STANDPOINT

H. A. TOMLINSON
1900 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
When the patient recovered consciousness, she expressed great relief, which improvement was maintained for two days, when her condition became worse than it had been before. Suspecting, then, a venous dilatation, and, also, as the vision of that eye was lost, a hypopyon having appeared with the additional symptoms of sympathy in the other eye, I proposed enucleation, which was agreed to.
doi:10.1001/jama.1900.24610140020001h fatcat:okfnxuj7fnbyfbu3qd5uovsybm