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British ophthalmologist, born October 23, 1872, New Basford; died March 31, 1955, Westminster Hospital, London.

Bibliography

A report of nine cases in which Haab's magnet was used for the extraction of foreign bodies from the eye. With W. T. Spicer.
British Medical Journal, London, January 18, 1902,  1 (2142): 131-132.

Causes of non-trachomatous ophthalmia in Egypt.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London,  November 1919, 3 (11): 498-505.

The Ankylostomiasis Campaign in Egypt, 1913 to 1915.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Section of Tropical Diseases and Parasitology,
London 14.1921

Ophthalmomyiasis.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, June 1923, 7 (6): 302.

Cataract Extraction in Egypt.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine. Section of Ophthalmology, London, 1925, 18: 34.

Tropical Ophthalmology (Egypt).
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Section of Tropical Diseases and Parasitology, London
1925, 18: 41-44.

Ophthalmology in egypt.
British Medical Journal, London, March 21 1925, 1 (3351): 551-552.

Case of Re-attachment of Retina after Spontaneous Detachment and Operation.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine. Section of Ophthalmology, London, 1926, 19: 39.

Case of Congenital Ptosis: Young's Operation.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine. Section of Ophthalmology, London, 1926, 19: 40.

Trachoma.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, July 1926, 10 (7): 415-416.

The birth of ophthalmology and its development in early Arabic literature.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, February 1927, 11 (2): 63-67.

The history of ophthalmology in egypt.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, December 1927, 11 (12): 602-609.

Melanoma of the Eyelid.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, January 1928, 21 (3): 412-413.

A Melanotic Tumour of the Lower Lid.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, February 1928, 21 (4): 690-692.

Some Ocular Manifestations of Focal Septembersis.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, January 1929, 22 (3): 328-334.

Unusual Condition of Iris (Case shown for Diagnosis).
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, May 1929, 22 (7): 949-950.

Tumour of Iris. With T. W. Letchworth.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, May 1929, 22 (7): 949.

Spontaneous Filtering Scar. With J. Wood.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, May 1929, 22 (7): 949.

Toxic absorption due to focal septic lesions: its effects on the production of eye diseases.
British Medical Journal, London, November 23, 1929, 2 (3594): 943-947.

Foreign Body, (?) Copper Wire, in the Eye.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, November 1929, 23 (1): 47-48.

Melanotic Sarcoma of the Choroid.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, March 1930, 23 (5): 617.

Detachment of Retina in Both Eyes.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, April 1930, 23 (6): 838.

Mediaeval ophthalmology in mesopotamia.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, Oktober 1930, 14 (10): 506-510.

Episcleritis due to Focal Septembersis.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, May 1931, 24 (7): 889.

The epidemiology of trachoma.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, July 1931, 15 (7): 369-411.

Episcleritis due to Focal Septembersis.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, November 1931, 25 (1): 58.

Diet deficiency and trachoma.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, February 1932, 16 (2): 124-125.

Cerebral Tumour.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, May 1932, 25 (7): 987-988.

Threading of needles.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, January 1934, 18 (1): 54.

Tumour of Iris.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London,  1934 April;27(6): 699-700.

Spanish-Arabic ophthalmology.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, August 1934, 18 (8): 460-463.

Trachoma in the British colonial empire.-its relation to blindness; the existing means of relief; means of prophylaxis.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, November 1934, 18 (11): 625-645.

Tumour of the Iris.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, November 1934, 28 (1): 35.

Trachoma-recent advances and the principles of prophylaxis.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, May 1935, 19 (5): 253-260.

The classification of the causes of blindness.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, June 1935, 19 (6): 338-340.

The trachoma problem.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, July 1935, 19 (7): 383-385.

Trachoma in the indian army.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, October 1935, 19 (10): 586-587.

Trachomatous Conjunctivitis.
British Medical Journal, March 28, 1936, 1 (3925): 635-636.

The relationship between conjunctivitis and trachoma.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, June 1936, 20 (6): 346-350.

Trachoma.
London: Butterworth, 1936. 225 pages. Translated into many languages.

Correspondence.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, January 1937, 21 (1): 60.

National policy to be adopted in a tropical country for the prevention of blindness.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, February 1938, 22 (2): 65-78.

Trachoma: Showing Results of Tarsectomy in Right Upper Lid.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, July 1938, 31 (9): 1112.

The world-wide distribution of trachoma: excluding the Dominions, Colonies and Mandated Territories of Great Britain.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, September 1938, 22 (9): 513-541.

Rhinosporidiosis.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, February 1939, 23 (2): 140-141.

Sulphonamide Treatment of Bacterial and Trachomatous Conjunctivitis.
British Medical Journal, March 23, 1940, 1 (4133): 482-483.

Tarsectomy of all four Lids for Trachoma (with slides).
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, June 1940, 33 (8): 513.

Inclusion Conjunctivitis.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, June 1942, 26 (6): 271-275.

Virus affections of the eye.
Transactions of the Ophthalmological Society of the United Kingdom, London, 1944-1945, 64: 81-84

Squint.
Medical World, London, May 24, 1946, 64: 461.

Sudden Blindness.
Medical World, London, December 24, 1948, 69 (18): 556-558.

Diagnosis of trachoma and other remarks.
Revue internationale du trachome. International Review of Trachoma, Marseille, 1950, 27 (2): 53-55.

The initial signs of trachoma.
Revue internationale du trachome. International Review of Trachoma, Marseille, 1950, 27 (3): 115-117.

The birth of ophthalmology.
Medical World, London, March 9, 1951, 74 (1): 12-15. 

The origin and development of spectacles.
Medical World, London, April 13, 1951, 74 (6): 167-170. 

The signs and treatment of trachoma.
Revue internationale du trachome. International Review of Trachoma, Marseille, 1953, 30 (1): 1-8.

Biographical etc:

E. F. King:
Arthur Ferguson MacCallan. Obituary.
The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, May 1955, 39 (5): 319-320

F. MacCallan, C.B.E., M.D., F.R.C. Obituary.
British Medical Journal, Aprilil 16, 1955: 975.

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