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Douglas Moray Cooper Lamb Argyll Robertson - bibliography

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Biography

Scottish ophthalmologist and eye surgeon, born 1837, Edinburgh; died January 3, 1909, Gonday near Bombay, India.

Bibliography

  • The progress of ophthalmology – a sketch.
    Edinburgh Medical Journal, 1862, 8: 40-50.
  • The Calabar bean as a new agent in ophthalmic medicine.
    Edinburgh Medical Journal, 1862-1863: 8.
  • Case of Filaria loa in which the parasite was removed from under the conjunctiva.
    Transactions of the Ophthalmological Societies of the United Kingdom, 1895, 15: 137-167.
    First detailed description of Loa loa. See also Transactions of the Ophthalmological Societies of the United Kingdom, 1897, 17: 227-232. Obituaries etc.
  • Edinburgh Medical Journal, 1909; 3rd series, pp 159-162.
    With picture.
  • Zentralblatt für Augenheilkunde, 1909, page 58.
  • G. Mackay in Klinische Monatsblätter für Augenheilkunde, Stuttgart, 1909, 1: 308.
    The best presentation of his life and work.
  • Julius Hirschberg (1843-1939):
    Englands Augenärzte. 1918, pp 414-416. 1918. (Graefe-Sämisch, 2nd edition, 14, 4.)
  • Dictionary of National Biography, second supplement, 3, p 213.
  • British Medical Journal, 1909, 1: 191-193. With picture.
  • John Dixon Comrie (1875-1939):
    History of Scottisch medicine.
    London: The Wellcome Historical Medical Museum, 1932. Pages 798-710.
  • H. Hamilton Bailey, W. J. Bishop:
    Notable Names in Medicine and Surgery. London, H. K. Lewis, 1959.

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