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The History of Ophthalmology volume 9

The Nineteenth Century (6,7 & 8): USA, Switzerland, Belgium


written by: J. Hirschberg
translated by: F.C. Blodi

Price: € 100.00 / US $ 120.00

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Publication details: Book. 1990. xii and 332 pages. Publication date: 1990.

ISBN: 978-90-6299-439-7 (ISBN 10: 90-6299-439-3; Wayenborgh Publishing)
This publication is part of the Jules Hirschberg - History of Ophthalmology series
Also available as ebook

Table of Contents

Condensed Table of Contents

Part VI
The United States


§741
Introduction

§742
The American universities

§743
The medical schools in the United States

§745
List of universities with medical faculties or schools, as well as of independent medical colleges

§745
The beginning of ophthalmology in the United States

Eye Hospitals

§746
The pioneers of ophthalmology in the United States

George Frick

§747
Isaac Hays

§748
Squier Littell (1 803-1886)

§749
Contemporaries of the three pioneers

§749
Scientific study trips

§750
List of American textbooks and monographs on ophthalmology Books about the squint opération

 
Some American editions of English textbooks

§751
SomeAmericancontributionstoophthalmolo gy

§752
The second half of the 19th century

§754
Asthenopia

§755
The history of asthenopia

Bibliography of asthenopia

§756
The first ophthalmologists

Henry Willard Williams (1821-1895)

List of the publications by H. W. Williams

§757
Elkanah Williams(1822-1888)

§758
The ophthalmoscope*

§759
Immigrants

§760
New eye hospitals

The American Journal of Ophthalmology

The Ophthalmic Record

Annals of Ophthalmology and Otology

Journal of Eye, Ear and Throat Diseases

Ophthalmology

The Ophthalmic Year-book

Ophthalmic Literature

Ophthalmic Hospital Reports,

The Ophthalmic Review,

The Ophthalmoscope

§762
The American Ophthalmological Society

§763
The founders of the American Ophthalmological Society

§764
American textbooks of ophthalmology from the second half of the 19th century

§765
American monographs about ophthalmology

§766
The American ophthalmic encyclopedia from the beginning of the 20th century

§76.
List of eminent American ophthalmologists who were active during the second half of the 19th century

 Part VII
Switzerland

The University of Basel

§772
The University and 0phthalmology in Bern

§777
Zurich

§779
The French-speaking Switzerland

§784
Reports about the activities of eye clinics and eye hospitals

 Part VIII
Belgium

§786
The Belgian universities

§787
The origin of Belgian ophthalmology, military ophthalmia

§788
Leading of the conjunctiva

§791
The foundation of ophthalmic institutes in Belgium

§792
The Annales d'Oculistique

§793
Florent Cunier (1812-1852)

The strabismus opération

§797
Education and examination of ophthalmology at the Belgian universities

§798
Gent

§800.
Textbooks of ophthalmology by Belgian physiciens

§806
Liège (or Luik in Flemish & Lüttich in German)

§811
Leuven (Louvain)

The history of the use of tannin préparations in ophthalmology

§815
Brussels

§818
The Royal Belgian Academy of Medicine



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