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" In this progressive extension progressive myopia is included, which is a true disease of the eye. " From what has here been said, it will easily be understood that high degrees of myopia are less likely to remain stationary than slight degrees are ; at... "
On the Anomalies of Accommodation and Refraction of the Eye: With a ... - Page 344
by Franciscus Cornelis Donders, William Daniel Moore - 1864 - 635 lehte
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On Long, Short, and Weak Sight, and Their Treatment by the Scientific Use of ...

John Soelberg Wells - 1864 - 214 lehte
...consist in this, the anatomical is a prolongation of the visual axis, and the latter depends upon a morbid extension of the membranes. If this extension...: if the myopia does not increase too much it may remain stationary, and may even decrease in advanced age ; if it is developed in a high degree, it...
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The technical educator, an encyclop¿dia, 1. köide

1871
...progressive, and is then often accompanied with symptoms of irritation. This is the critical period of the myopic eye. If the myopia does not increase too...become stationary, and may even decrease in advanced ago ; if developed in a high degree, it is subsequently difficult to set bounds to it — it may become...
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On Long, Short, and Weak Sight

John Soelberg Wells - 1873 - 254 lehte
...consist in this, the anatomical is a prolongation of the visual axis, and the latter depends upon a morbid extension of the membranes. If this extension...: if the myopia does not increase too much, it may remain stationary, and may even decrease in advanced age ; if it is developed in a high degree, it...
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Transactions of the Canada Medical Association ... 10th Annual Meeting ...

Canada medical association - 1877 - 224 lehte
...is so diminished, that the extension cannot remain stationary." " In youth myopia is almost always progressive; the increase is then often combined with...critical period for the myopic eye; * * * if the myopia becomes developed in a high degree it is subsequently difficult to set bounds to it. Every progressive...
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The technical educator, an encyclop¿dia, 1–2. köide

Technical educator - 1877
...progressive, and is then often accompanied with symptoms of irritation. This is the critical period of the myopic eye. If the myopia does not increase too...stationary, and may even decrease in advanced age ; if developed in a high degree, it is subsequently difficult to set bounds to it — it may become temporarily...
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