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Edward Nettleship - bibliography

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Biography

English dermatologist and eye surgeon, born March 3, 1845, Kettering, Northamptonshire; died October 30, 1913, Hindhead, Surrey.

Bibliography

  • On oedema, or cystic disease, of the retina.
    Royal London Ophthalmic Hospital Reports, and Journal of Ophthalmic Medicine and Surgery, London, VII.
  • Embolism of central artery of retina.
    Royal London Ophthalmic Hospital Reports, and Journal of Ophthalmic Medicine and Surgery, London, VII.
  • The Students Guide to Diseases of the Eye.
    London, 1879. 6th edition, 1900.
    The standard undergraduate textbook in its time.
  • On a rare form of primary opacity of the cornea.
    Archives of Ophthalmology, Chicago, VIII.
  • Observations of visual purple in human eye.
    Journal of Physiology, Cambridge, II.
  • Treasury of Human Inheritance.
  • On Some Hereditary Diseases of the Eye.
    A classical account of early concepts concerning Ophthalmological genetics.
  • B. Jay:
    Remembrances of things past.
    Survey of Ophthalmology, Boston, 1983, 27/4: 264-268.
  • J. B. Lawford:
    British Masters of Ophthalmology. Edward Nettleship.
    British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, 1923, 7: 1-9.

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