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" ... work, especially by artificial light, or in a gloomy place, the objects, after a short time, become indistinct and confused, and a feeling of fatigue and tension comes on in, and especially above, the eyes, necessitating a suspension of work. The... "
On the Anomalies of Accommodation and Refraction of the Eye: With a ... - Page 259
by Franciscus Cornelis Donders, William Daniel Moore - 1864 - 635 lehte
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The Ophthalmic Review: A Quarterly Journal of Ophthalmic Surgery ..., 1. köide

1865
...eyes, necessitating a suspension of work. The person so affected now often involuntarily closes his eyes, and rubs his hand over the forehead and eyelids....phenomena are again developed more rapidly than before " (p. 259). Many different conditions of the eyes present symptoms similar, in some particulars, to...
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Canada Medical Journal and Monthly Record of Medical and Surgical ..., 2. köide

1866
...the eyes, necessitating a suspension of work. The person affected now often involuntarily closes his eyes, and rubs his hand over the forehead and eyelids....phenomena are again developed more rapidly than before." _ .. According to my own experience with these cases, the above description corresponds very closely...
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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
...of work. The person so affected now often involuntarily closes his eyes and rubs his hand over his forehead and eyelids. After some moments' rest, he...rest of Sunday, he begins the new week with fresh ardor and fresh power, followed, however, by new disappointment. If he is not occupied with looking...
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Annals of Ophthalmology, 12. köide

1903
...eyes, necessitating a suspension of work. The person so affected now often involuntarily closes his eyes, and rubs his hand over the forehead and eyelids....The longer the rest has lasted, the longer can he continue to work. If he is not occupied with looking at new objects, the power of vision appears to...
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The Hahnemannian Monthly, 17. köide

1882
...a suspension of work. The person so affected now often involuntarily closes his eyes, and rubs bis hand over the forehead and eyelids. After some moments...rest of Sunday, he begins the new week with fresh ardor and fresh power, followed, however, by new disappointment. If he is not occupied with looking...
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The Hahnemannian Monthly, 17. köide

1882
...eyes, necessitating a suspension of work. The person so affected now often involuntarily closes hrs eyes, and rubs his hand over the forehead and eyelids....continue his work. Thus, after the rest of Sunday, he Ix-gins the new week with fresh ardor and fresh power, followed, however, by new disappointment. If...
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The Transactions of the New York Academy of Medicine

New York Academy of Medicine - 1891
...suspension of work. The person so affected now often involuntarily closes his eyes, and rubs his hands over the forehead and eyelids. After some moments'...lasted, the longer can he now continue his work." * But Bonders went no further than to say that the asthenopia thus described depended upon one of two...
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