Lecture on the eye read before the Manchester Medical Society in 1841 by John Windsor. The specific afflictions he refers to are the small tumours which form in the texture of the superior or inferior palpebra and carcinomatous or intractable sores of the palpebra, for which he use examples of real cases seen by him at the Manchester Eye Hospital as illustrations. The manuscript has the original pagination pp.1-31.
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- Dates of Creation1841
- Physical Description1 volume, 18 folios
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