Epidemic ophthalmia

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Y.J. Pentland, 1896 - 278 pages

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Page 135 - ... knife, or dissected away with the scissors. In performing the operation, it is necessary to beware of removing more than the mere granular layer. If more than this is taken away, hard and irregular cicatrices are left on the internal surface of the lids, the effects of which on the corneae may be scarcely, if at all, less prejudicial than those of the morbid structure which has been removed.

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