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" If, on the contrary, he endeavours, notwithstanding the inconvenience which arises, by powerful exertion to continue close work, the symptoms progressively increase : the tension above the eyes gives place to actual pain, sometimes even slight redness... "
On the Anomalies of Accommodation and Refraction of the Eye: With a ... - Page 260
by Franciscus Cornelis Donders, William Daniel Moore - 1864 - 635 lehte
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The Detroit Lancet, 4. köide

Leartus Connor, Henry Alexander Cleland - 1881
...person persists in his effort to use the eyes, the symptoms progressively increase. The feeling of tension above the eyes gives place to actual pain;...sometimes even slight redness and a flow of tears ensue. It is remarkable that pain in the eyes themselves, even after continued exertion, is of rare occurrence....
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A Clinical Manual of Diseases of the Eye: Including a Sketch of Its Anatomy

Daniel Bennett St. John Roosa - 1894 - 621 lehte
...appears to be normal, and every unpleasant feeling is entirely absent. If, on the contrary, he endeavors, notwithstanding the inconvenience which arises, by...sometimes even slight redness, and a flow of tears ensues. Everything is diffused before the eye, and the patient now no longer sees at first well. Even...
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Annals of Ophthalmology, 12. köide

1903
...appears to be normal, and every unpleasant feeling is entirely absent. If, on the contrary, he endeavors, notwithstanding the inconvenience which arises, by...powerful exertion to continue close work, the symptoms progres* Donders on the Anomalies of Accommodation and Refraction of the Eye, 1864, p. 259. sively...
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The Hahnemannian Monthly, 17. köide

1882
...appears to be normal, and every unpleasant feeling is entirely absent. If, on the contrary, he endeavors, notwithstanding the inconvenience which arises, by...flow of tears ensue; everything is diffused before tlie eyes, and the patient now no longer sees at first well, even at a distance. After too long-continued...
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