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The History of Ophthalmology volume 10

The Nineteenth Century (9 to 17): Netherlands, Scandinavia , Russia, Poland, Spain, Hispano-America, Portugal, Brazil, Greece, Turkey, Balkan, Canada, Japan & Egypt.


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

Price: € 180.00 / US $ 234.00

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Publication details: Book. 1991. x and 359 pages. Publication date: 1991.

ISBN: 978-90-6299-440-3 (ISBN 10: 90-6299-440-7; Wayenborgh Publishing)
This publication is also sold as part of a set. Click here to order the entire set, or click on the link below for more information. This publication is part of the Jules Hirschberg - History of Ophthalmology series


Table of Contents

Condensed Table of Contents

Part IX
 The Netherlands

§828
 The history of the Dutch universities

§829
 The instruction in ophthalmology

§831
 The University of Harderwijk in the province of Gelderland

§832
 The University of Groningen

§834
 The University of Leiden

§840
 The Athenaeum illustre of Amsterdam

§842
 The medical school for military physiciens

§846
 The spring lancet for cataract opération

§850
 Scientists who contributed to the anatomy and physiology of the visual system

§851
 Eye hospitals

  
 The Ophthalmological Society

§851a
 Dutch cultural endeavours in East India

§852
 Quacks and itinerant oculists

Part X
 Scandinavia

§855
 The Scandinavian Universities

  
 I. Denmark

  
 II. Sweden

  
 III. Norway

  
 IV. Finland

§857
 The introduction of ophthalmology in the Scandinavian universities of the 19th century

§858
 Travelogues

§859
 The state of ophthalmology in Sweden

  
  

  
 Ophthalmologists and practitioners of ophthalmology in Denmark

  
 Nordisk ophthalmologisk Tiddskrift

  
 Ophthalmologists and scientists contributing to ophthalrriology in Sweden

  
 Ophthalmologists and physiciens practicing ophthalmology in Norway

  
 Ophthalmologists and physiciens practicing ophthalmology in Finland

  
  

Part XI
 Russia

§878
 The development of ophthalmology in Russia. . . . .

§880
 The Russian universities

§881
 The founding of the eye hospital in St-Petersburg

  
 The directors of the St-Petersburg eye hospital

§890
 The ocular involvement in scurvy, mainly based on publications by Russian physiciens

§892
 The eye clinic at the military medical academy of St-Petersburg

§896
 The Clinical Institute of the Grand Duchess Helene Pawlowna in St-Petersburg

§897
 Ophthalmology at the University of Moscow

§905
 Eye hospitais in Moscow

  
 The Eye Hospital of Moscow

§912
 Ophthalmology in Riga (Latvia)

 
 Widow W. Reimer's Eye Hospital for the indigent of Riga

§913
 The older ophthalmologists of Riga

§914
 The younger ophthalmologists in Riga

§915
 Ophthalmologists in Reval (Talinin, Estonia)

§916
 The University of Kiyev

§920
 The Popow Eye Hospital

§921
 Ophthalmology et the University of Kharkov

§923
 Ophthalmology in Kasan (Uzbek Republic)

§925
 The new Russian University of Odessa

§926
 Warsaw

§928
 The history of military ophthalmology in Russia by Dr. M. Reich

§930
 The dissémination of trachome in Russia

Part XII
 Poland

§937
 The Ophthalmic Institute of Warsaw

  
 History of Ophthalmology in Galicia

§940
 Cracow

Part XIII
 Spain and Hispano-America

§947
 Universities

§953
 The history of the Instituto oftàlmico in Madrid

§954
 Attempts to incorporels ophthalmology into the official university curriculum

§955
 Madrid

§957
 Barcelone

§958
 Valencia

§959
 Seville

§961
 Ophthalmic journals in Spain

§962
 The Spanish ophthalmic literature during the second half of the 19th century

§963
 Congresses and Societies

§964
 Travelogues and critical évaluations

§965
 The annual reports about the Spanish ophthalmic literature

  
 Hispano-America

§967
 Cuba

§968
 Mexico

§969
 Venezuela

  
 Uruguay

  
 Argentina

§970
 Peru

  
 Chile

Part XIV
 Portugal and Brazil

§971
 Portugal

§972
 Military ophthalmia in Portugal

§974
 Report about the Portugese ophthalmic literature

§975
 The Instituto ophthalmologico

§977
 Brazil

Part XV
 Greece

§981
 A Greek textbook of ophthalmology

§982
 Greek physiciens practicing in other countries

Part XVI
 Turkey and the Balkan

§983
 Turkey

§989
 Rumania

Part XVII
 Canada - Japan - Egypt

§992
 Canada

§994
 Japan

§995
 The beginning of European ophthalmology in Japan

§996
 Teaching of ophthalmology

§999
 Egypt

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