Diseases and injuries of the eye

Lindsay & Blakiston, 1869 - 436 ˹

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˹ 1 - A HISTORY OF THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, from its Foundation in 1765: with Sketches of Deceased Professors, &c.
˹ 381 - ... irritation of the brain and its membranes that a fatal result ensues. One peculiarity of this accident is, that its severe nature is apt to be often overlooked ; the external wound may be small, the immediate symptoms may be trifling, and the patient, if a mechanic, may be able to continue his work for some hours, or it may be for two or three days, before his condition obliges him to desist. Symptoms of inflammation and suppuration may then come on, coupled with those of cerebral or meningeal...
˹ 324 - The lower eyelid must be drawn downwards with the middle finger of the left hand. and then with the right hand the end of a small bodkin must be put beneath the lower edge of the artificial eye, which must be raised gently forward over the lower eyelid, when it will readily drop out ; at this time care must be taken that the eye does not fall on the ground or other hard place, as it is very brittle and might easily be broken by a fall.