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The History of Ophthalmology volume 11 - 1a

The Reform of Ophthalmology (1)


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

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Publication details: Book. 1992. xi and 330 pages. Publication date: 1992.

ISBN: 978-90-6299-441-0 (ISBN 10: 90-6299-441-5; 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

Table of Contents

§1001
Introduction

§1002
Hermann von Helmholtz

 
Dioptrics

§1003
Anatomy of the visual system

§1005
Ernst Brücke (1819-1892)

§1007
Histology of the eye

§1008
The pathologic anatomy of the visual organ

§1009
The physiology of the visual organ

§1010
Goethe and the color theory

§1011
The natural philosophers

§1012
Seebeck and the history of color blindness

§1013
Johannes Evangelista Purkinje (1787-1869)

§1014
Purkinje's contribution to ophthalmology and visual physiology

§1015
Johannes Müller (1801-1858)

§1016
Publications by Johannes Müller concerning the physiology of the visual system

§1018
Alfred Wilhelm Volkmann (1800-1877)

§1021
Hermann von Helmholtz (1821-1894)

§1022
The publications by Helmholtz

§1023
The precursors of the ophthalmoscope

§1024
Further comments to the invention of the

§1025
Helmholtz' successors

§1026
Resistance against the ophthalmoscope

§1027
Acceptance by the practicing physiciens

 
The annual reviews

§1028
The introduction of the ophthalmoscope*

§1029
Bibliography of ophthalmoscopy

§1031
Ophthalmoscopic atlases

§1032
Atlas der Ophthalmoskopie, by Dr. Richard Liebreich

§1033
The development of ophthalmoscopic knowledge

§1034
Final observations on ophthalmoscopy

§1035
The ophthalmometer

 
Brief History of the Ophthalmometer

§1036
Accommodation

§1037
The "Handbuch der physiologischen Optik"

§1038
Frans Cornelis Donders (1818-1889)

§1039
Donders, the investigator, teacher and practitioner

§1040
Donders' main contribution: his book on the anomalies of accommodation and refraction

§1041
The new terminology introduced by Donders

§1042
The historical remarks

 
The history of Hypermetropia

§1043
The history of Myopia

§1044
The History of Astigmalism

§1044A
The history of Mydriatics and Miotics;

 
History of Paresis of Accommodation

§1045
Bibliography of disturbances of refraction and accommodation

§1046
The ophthalmic publications by C.F. Donders

§1050
Albrecht von Graefe (1828-1870)

§1051
Bibliographie

§1052
Childhood

 
His Education

§1053
Years of travels

§1054
Graefe, the master of ophthalmology

§1055
The turning point in Graefe's scientific career

§1057
Graefe's private life

§1059
His relationship wilh the outside physiciens

§1060
The tragic end of Graefe's life

 
The Graefe Monument

§1062
Albrecht von Graefe was involved in the foundation of three institutes

§1064
A. v. Graefe's scientific work

§1069
Envy and Grudge

§1076
Among the choroidal diseases A. v. Graefe concerned himself especially with the so-called sclerotico-chorioiditis posterior

§1084
Errors of refraction and disturbances of ocular motility

§1085
Parasites and tumors

§1086
Contributions to therapy and surgery

§1087
The relationship of ocular diseases to pathologie changes in other organs and systemic diseases

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