Refraction of the Eye: Its Diagnosis and the Correction of Its Errors with Chapter on Keratoscopy

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˹ 27 - has been sometimes led to the discovery of regular astigmatism of the cornea, and the direction of the chief meridians by using the mirror of the ophthalmoscope much in the same way as for slight degrees of conical cornea. The observation is more easy if the optic disc is in the line of sight and the pupil large. The mirror is to be held at two feet...

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