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"Temporary Blindness from Lead Poisoning." (Ibid., vol. iv.)

'■ Dacrocystitis and Lachrymal Ob- structions." (Ibid., vol. iv.)

"An Improved Iridectomy Forceps." (Ibid., vol. V.)

"Asthenopia, Causes, Recognition and Treatment." (Ibid., vol. v.)

"Paracentesis Membrane Tympani." (Ibid., vol. vi.)

" Blindness from Intra-cerebral Tu- mor." (Ibid., vol. vi.)

"Strabismus Convergcns a Symptom, not a Primary Affection." (Ibitl, vol. viii.)

" Calcification of the Aortic Valves of the Heart." (Ibid., vol. ix.)

"The Ophthalmoscope's Contributions to General Medicine." ("Transactions of the ]\Iichigau State Medical Society," vol. i.)


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"Sympathetic Ophthalmia." (Ibid., 1870.)

"Embolism of the Central Retinal Artery of the Eye." (Ibid., 1873.)

" Case of Spontaneous Iridocyclitis f ol- low^ed by Sympathetic Ophthalmia." ("Detroit Lancet," 1879.)

" Case of Fatal Rapidly Growing Intra- orbital Tumor" (round celled sarcoma). ("Transactions of the American Oph- thalmological Society," 1879.)

" New Operation for Strabismus." (Ibid., 1879.)

"On the Use of the Ophthalmoscope." ("Transactions of the Michigan State Medical Society," 1872.)

L. C.

The Phys. and Surg, of U. S. W. B.

Atkinson.

Trans. Mich. State Med. Soc, 1896.

Memorial Remarks. James Fanning Noyes,

Jour. Amer. Med. Association, May 2, 1896.