Strabismus, or Squint; Latent and Fixed, A Supplement to the Errors of Refraction.
by VALK, Francis (1846-1919).
New York:: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1904., 1904. 8vo. , vii, , 171 pp. Frontispiece, illustrations, index. Navy gilt-stamped cloth; spine ends neatly mended with kozo. Occasional pencil marginalia. Author's ink inscription "With kind regards, Francis Valk." Very good. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. First edition of this complete synopsis of the process of diagnosis and treatment, surgery and aftermath of the procedure for correcting problems related to the eye. Included are several case reports. Of special interest is surely the illustrations showing instruments used by an ophthalmologist at the beginning of the twentieth century. / Valk was a famous ophthalmologist, studying at Washington College and New York University (1878). He was long ophthalmic surgeon at the New York Dispensary and holding a position as well at Randall's Island Hospital, etc. / See: The American Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Ophthalmology, Volume 17, edited by Casey Albert Wood.
(Inventory #: SEG1196)
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