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The History of Ophthalmology - The Monographs volume 4 - part 2

Ophthalmology of the Ancients (2)


written by: H. Magnus
translated by: R.L. Waugh Jr.

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Publication details: Book. 1999. xvi and 233 pages. Publication date: 1999.

ISBN: 978-90-6299-451-9 (ISBN 10: 90-6299-451-2; Wayenborgh Publishing)
Additional publication(s) within this set:
History of Ophthalmology - The Monographs series volume(s) 4 - part 1 This publication is part of the History of Ophthalmology - The Monographs series
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Table of Contents

§198 Compress or plaster,
§199 Compress,
Dry steam bath
Wool compress
Bread compress ,
Linen compress
Plant compress
Barley-meal compress
§200 Plaster,
§201 Pastile,
§202 Salve,
§203 Eye-lotion,
§204 Eye-powder,
§205 General conditions and indirect medicinal treatment,
Use of water
Protection from light
Conditions during the night
§206 General remarks concerning ophthalmic surgery,
§207 Local ophthalmic surgery,
Lid operations
Conjunctival operations
Comeal operations
Staar operation
Operations on the entire eyeball
Operation for lacrimal fistula
§208 In what season are operations best performed?,
§209 Operation for sebaceous cyst,
§210 Operation for hordeolum,
§211 Operation for chalazion,
§212 Operation for lid abscess,
§213 Operation for symblepharon,
§214 Operations for distichiasis and trichiasis,
Procedure of Papias
§215 Operation for ectropion of the upper lid (lagophthalmos),
§216 Operation for ectropion of the lower lid,
§217 Operation for entropion,
§218 Operation for pterygium,
§219 Operation on the caruncle,
§220 Operation for pinguecula,
§221 Operative treatment of trachoma,
§222 Operation for staphylome,
Ligature
Cutting away
§223 Operative treatment of corneal spots,
Coloration of corneal spots
§224 First description of the Staar operation,
§225 Enucleation,
§226 Incision of the eyeball for panophthalmitis,
§227 Operation for buphthalmos,
§228 Removal of a purulent eyeball,
§229 Operation for fistula of the lacrimal sac,
§230 Use of mydriatic remedies,
§231 Narcosis and local anesthesia,
§232 Indirect ophthalmic surgery directed on the demands of humorism,
§233 Bleeding,
§234 Cupping,
§235 Incising the scalp,
§236 Burning the scalp,
§237 Physical ophthalmotherapy,
§238 Whether optical devices (grasses, magnifiers) served a therapeutic purpose,
Passage of Pliny Passage of Theophrastus Passage of Seneca Chapter XIII. The status of the eye practitioner of the Alexandrian era up to the end of antiquity Fourth Period. Ophthalmology from the appearance of Galen until the end of antiquity with the appearance of Paul of Aegina Bibliography §239 General characteristics,
Chapter XIV. The anatomy of the eye from the appearance of Galen until the end of antiquity with the appearance of Paul of Aegina §240 General characteristics,
§241 Eyebrows,
§242 Eyelids,
§243 Eyelashes,
§244 Orbital cavity,
§245 The tunics of the eyebali,
§246 Conjunctiva,
§247 The sclera with the comea,
§248 The choroid and the iris,
§249 Ciliary body,
§250 Retina,
§251 Anterior lens capsule,
§252 Lens,
§253 Vitreous body,
§254 Aqueous humor,
§255 Inner space of the eyeball. Anterior and posterior chambers,
§256 Optic nerve,
Orbital part of the optic nerve Chiasm The part of the optic nerve lying between the chiasm and the brain §257 Extraocular musculature,
§258 The tear organs,
Tear sac Lacrimai glands §259 The oculomotor nerve,
§260 Vessels nourishing the eye,
§261 Development of the eye,
Chapter XV. Physiology of the eye from the appearance of Galen until the end of antiquity with the appearance of Paul of Aegina §262 General characteristics,
Scientific speculation §263 The act of seeing and the theory of light,
The four factors necessary for vision according to Nemesis Conduct of visual rays emerging from one eye to the fixated object Conduct of visual rays emerging from both eyes to the object fixated with both eyes . §264 Central visual acuity,
§265 Peripheral visual acuity respective to the theory of the visual field,
§266 Accommodation,
§267 Pupillary movements,
§268 Oeular movements,
§269 The theory of memory,
§270 The theory of color,
Chapter XVI. Pathology of the eye from the appearance of Galen until the end of antiquity with the appearance of Paul of Aegina §271 General ophthalniic pathology and diagnostic in Galenic and post-Galenic times,
Occupation The person of the individual Manner of living §272 Special ophthalnùc diagnosis and pathology,
§273 System of eye diseases,
§274 System of conjunctival diseases,
§275 Irritation of the conjunctiva,
§276 Conjunctival catarrh,
§277 Blennorrheal conditions,
§278 Trachoma,
§279 Chemosis,
§280 Phlectana,
§281 Pterygium,
§282 Wounds and hemorrhages of the conjubctiva,
§283 Neoplasms of the conjunctiva,
§284 Diseases of the lacrimal caruncle,
§285 Y-xXilpo(pOalbiict, @po@OctXli(a, ipo)po(pGa).Iifa,
§286 Diseases of the com@ §287 Infiltration of the comea,
§288 Inflammation of the comea,
§289 Comeal ulcer,
§290 Comeal scars,
Prolapse of the iris Treatment of comeal spots and scars Coloration of comeal spots §291 Age changes of the comea,
§292 Wounds of the comea,
§293 Afflictions of the iris in the Galenic and Byzantine period,
§294 Inflanunation of the iris,
Cli@cal manifestations of infianunation of the iris Treatment of inflammation of the iris §295 Dryness of the iris,
§296 Enlargement of the pupil,
§297 Contraction of the pupil,
§298 Diseases of the lens,
§299 Cloudiness of the pupil of younger persons,
§300 The doctrine of uncomplicated cloudiness of the lens or grey Staar,
§301 The ancient clinical picture of Actual glaucoma §307 Complicated cloudiness of the lens,
§308 Changes in position of the lens,
§309 Disturbances of vision,
§310 Day-blindness and night-blindness,
§311 Disorders of accommodation,
§312 Anomalies of refraction,
§313 Near-sightedness,
§314 Far-sightedness,
§315 Anomalies of position and movement of the eyeball,
§316 Shrinkage of the eyeball,
§317 Exophthalmos,
§318 Diseases of the tear organs,
§319 Diseases of the lids,
§320 Injuries of the eye,
Injuries of mucous membrane Injuries of the cornea Injuries of the iris Injuries of the optic nerve Injuries of the extrinsic eye muscles Complicated injuries Treatment of eye injuries Chapter XVII. Treatment of the eye from the appearance of Galen until the end of antiquity with the appearance of Paul of Aegina §321 General considerations,
§322 Local medicinal treatment,
Quintus Serenus Samonicus Sextus Philosophus Platonicus §323 Sympathetic therapy in the post-Galenic period,
§324 Medicinal treatment of humoral changes,
§325 Local surgical treatment in the post-Galenic period,
§326 Removal of sebaceous cysts, sebaceous growths, wens, etc.,
§327 Operation for chalazion,
§328 Operation for hordeolum,
§329 Operation for pedunculated lid wart,
§330 Operation for lid abscess,
§331 Operation for symblepharon,
§332 Operative trearment of anomalies in position of the eyelashes,
Sewing above §333 Operation for entropion,
§334 Operation for ectropion,
§335 Operation for calcified Meiboniian glands,
§336 Operation for pterygium,
§337 Operation for conjunctival abscess,
§338 Removal of growth called @av@lç appearing at the nasal angle,
§339 Operative treatment of trachoma,
§340 Operation for staphylome,
§341 Coloration of comeal spots,
§342 Operation for hypopyon-keratitis,
§343 Operation for hypochyma, respective to hypochysis and suffusio,
§344 Operation for the displacement of the hard hypochyma, the modern keratonyxis and sclerotonyxis,
§345 Dismemberment of the cataractous lens,
§346 Operative removai of hypochyma from the eyeball,
§347 Survey of operations used on the tear organs,
§348 Splitting of the acutely inflamed tear sac,
§349 Splitting of the acutely inflamed tear sac followed by cauterization, §350 Splitting followed by curettage of the acutely inflamed tear sac with fistulization,
§351 Splitting followed by cauterization of the acutely inflamed fistulous tear sac,
§352 Trepanation of the lacrimal or nasal bone or projection of the upperjaw, §353 Removal of the entire tear sac,
§354 Excision of the fistulous part of the tear sac followed by cauterization, §355 Splitting of the vein at the bridge of the nose followed by cauterization of the area of the tear sac,
§356 Surgical treatment of the prevailing humors, the process causing eye diseases.(Indirect ophth@c surgery.) §357 Hypospathismus,
§358 Periscyphismus,
§359 Arteriotomy,
§360 Physical and mechanical ophthal@c therapy,
Glasses Use of artificiel eyes Massage Fifth Section. Ancient ophthalmic instruments §361 Spatula,
§362 Probe,
§363 Knife,
§364 Hook,
§365 Forceps,
§366 Lid scraper,
§367 Tear sac tunnel,
§368 Lactimal bone trepan,
§369 Hypospathister,
§370 Sharp spoon,
§371 Staar needle,
§372 Duster,
§373 Buming iron,
§374 Instruments for drawing blood,
§375 Needles,

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