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" He who knows by experience how commonly H occurs, how necessary a knowledge of it is to the correct diagnosis of the various defects of the eye, and how deeply it affects the whole treatment of the oculist, will come to the sad conviction that an incredible... "
On the Anomalies of Accommodation and Refraction of the Eye: With a ... - Page 329
by Franciscus Cornelis Donders, William Daniel Moore - 1864 - 635 lehte
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Vision

1875 - 299 lehte
...and will elucidate its nature and symptoms still further, by the clinical report of several cases. " He who knows by experience how commonly H. occurs,...immediate relief and deliverance in suitable spectacles." (Donders.) Adults who have had hypermetropia from childhood, and who now understand the nature of it,...
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Nashville Journal of Medicine and Surgery, 16. köide

1875
...occurs, how necessary * knowledge of it is to the correct diagnosis of the various defects of the «y«, and how deeply it affects the whole treatment of the...sorts of remedies, and have been given over to painful •nxiety, who would have found immediate relief and deliverance in suitaable spectacles." — BONDERS....
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The Optician's manual, 2. köide

Christian Henry Brown - 1911
...efforts to overcome the defect. DONDERS' OWN WORDS "He who knows by experience how commonly hypermetropia occurs, how necessary a knowledge of it is to the...immediate relief and deliverance in suitable spectacles. "It is a great satisfaction to be able to say that asthenopia need now no longer be an inconvenience...
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