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" Mackenzie informs us that few symptoms prove so alarming to persons of a nervous habit or constitution as Musca volitantes, and that they immediately suppose that they are about to lose their sight by cataract or amaurosis. "
On the Anomalies of Accommodation and Refraction of the Eye: With a ... - Page 204
by Franciscus Cornelis Donders, William Daniel Moore - 1864 - 635 lehte
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The American Eclectic, 2. köide

Absalom Peters, Selah Burr Treat - 1841
...an entirely new one, but also on account of its practical utility. Mr. Mackenzie informs us, ' that few symptoms prove so alarming to persons of a nervous habit or constitution as Muscct volitantes, and that they immediately suppose that they are about to lose their sight by cataract...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, 10. number

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1841
...is an entirely new one, but also on account of its practical utility. Mr. Mackenzie informs us that few symptoms prove so alarming to persons of a nervous habit or constitution as Muscce volitantes, and that they immediately suppose that they are about to lose their sight by cataract...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

1841
...an entirely new one, but also on account of its practical utility. Mr. Mackenzie informs us < that few symptoms prove so alarming to persons of a nervous habit, or constitution, as muscce volitantes, and they immediately suppose that they are about to lose their sight by cataract...
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1841
...is an entirely new one, but also on account of its practical utility. Mr. Mackenzie informs us that few symptoms prove so alarming to persons of a nervous habit or constitution as Musca volitantes, and that they immediately suppose that they are about to lose their sight by cataract...
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The North British Review, 26–27. köide

1857
...informs us that " few symptoms prove so alarming to persons of a nervous habit or constitution as muscœ volitantes, and they immediately suppose that they...about to lose their sight by cataract or amaurosis." The preceding details prove that the inuscse volitantes have no connexion with either of these diseases,...
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The North British Review, 26–27. köide

1857
...of some organized structure whose functions are no longer required. Mr. Mackenzie informs us that " few symptoms prove so alarming to persons of a nervous habit or constitution as muscat volitantes, and they immediately suppose that they are about to lose their sight by cataract...
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Vision

1875 - 299 lehte
...unnecessary alarm, except in high grades of myopia. Bonders says, in reference to this subject, " that few symptoms prove so alarming to persons of a nervous...is even still kept up by ignorant practitioners." Entoptic Perception of the Retinal Vessels. Helmholtz gives three different methods which may be employed...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1848
...fears which are the necessary offspring of ignorance and error. Mr. Mackenzie* 1 informs us, "that few symptoms prove so alarming to persons of a nervous...about to lose their sight by cataract or amaurosis." Professor Plateau of Ghent, to whom I had communicated, at his own request, some of the preceding results,...
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Philosophical Magazine

1848
...this is an effect of them whichthere is little occasion to apprehend. Mr. Mackenzie* informs us, "that few symptoms prove so alarming to persons of a nervous habit or constitution as Muscte volilantes, and they immediately suppose that they are about to lose their sight by cataract...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

1841
...an entirely new one, but also on account of its practical utility. Mr. Mackenzie informs us < that few symptoms prove so alarming to persons of a nervous habit, or constitution, as muscoe volitantes, and they immediately suppose that they are about to lose their sight by cataract...
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