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The Modern Operations for Cataract: Being the I Lettsomian Lectures for By R. BRUDENELL CARTER, F.R.C.S. Demv 8vo, 6s. The Morphology of the Skull. By Prof. Parker, F.R.S., and G. T. BETTANY, Illustrated. Crown 8vo, ros.6d. | Micro-Organisms and Disease an Introduction into? the study of Specific Micro-organisms. By K. KLEIN, MD., F.R.S., etc. The modern operations for cataract [electronic resource]: being the Lettsomian Lectures for by Carter, Robert Brudenell, ; Medical Society of London; University College, London. The Lancet The Lettsomian Lectures ON THE AFFECTIONS OF THE URINARY APPARATUS IN CHILDREN. Delivered before the Medical Society of London on Feb. 7th and 21st and March 7th, , BY JOHN H. MORGAN, M.A. OXON., F.R.C.S. ENG, SURGEON TO CHARING-CROSS HOSPITAL; LECTURER ON SURGICAL PATHOLOGY AND PRACTICAL SURGERY, AND SPECIAL CLINICAL TEACHER OF SURGERY. Robert Brudenell Carter is the author of The Modern Operations for Cataract ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), The Modern Operations for Cataract (0.
The Lancet The Lettsomian Lectures ON PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS ON CANCER OF THE BREAST. Delivered before the Medical Society of London on March 5th and 19th and April 2nd, , BY SIR WILLIAM M. BANKS, LL.D., F.R.C.S. ENG., SURGEON TO THE LIVERPOOL ROYAL INFIRMARY ; EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF ANATOMY, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, IIVERPOOL. Full text of "On some of the mental affections of childhood and youth: being the Lettsomian lectures delivered before the Medical Society of London in together with other papers" See other formats. Cantor Lectures on “Colour Blindness” delivered at the Society of Arts, London, “Eyesight in Civilization,” London, ; reprinted from *The Times*, “The Modern Operations for Cataract” (Lettsomian Lectures, Medical Society of London), London, The modern operations for cataract; being the Lettsomian lectures for London: Macmillan and Co., 83 p.; 23 cm. “Three Lettsomian lectures on the operations for cataract in use by The author advises preliminary iridectomy and discusses the advantages of early operation” (BOA I). BOA I; Hirschberg §
J Cataract Refract Surg ; Sub-Tenon’s block used primarily for cataract surgery Also effective for →Vitreoretinal surgery Panretinal photocoagulation Trabeculectomy Strabismus surgery Delivery of drugs Sub-Tenon’s block favoured→ in patients on anticoagulants, aspirin & NSAIDs Konstantatos A et al - Anaesth Intensive Care. A post-graduate lecture on traumatic enophthalmos; A practical treatise of diseases of the eye; Pinchers for the examinations of the fornix conjunctivae superior invented by Dr. De-Agostini. Practical inquiry into the causes of the frequent failure of the operations of depression, and of the extraction of the cataract, as usually performed. Birley, J.L., ‘Goulstonian Lectures on the Principles of Medical Science as Applied to Military Aviation’, Lancet, 29 May , – Bond, C.H., ‘ The Position of Psychological Medicine in Medical and Allied Services ’, JMS, (October ), – The invention of cocaine for topical anaesthesia by Dr Karl Koller in Vienna in was a major contribution that did much to rapidly advance surgery. While the extracapsular technique pioneered by Daviel and continuously improved was safe and relatively easy, it was limited to mature cataracts and subject to secondary membrane development and.