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Theodor Leber’s studies in Paris (1864–1867) as an assistant of Richard Liebreich.- A German oculist in Russia.- Some famous persons with visual problems as shown on postage stamps.- The wanderings of a literary ophthalmologist: A. Conan Doyle, Houdini, and Ada Besinnet.- Herman Snellen (1834–1908) and Müller’s ‘Reform-Auge’.- Willem Vrolik on cyclopia.- The terms glaucoma and cataract in the ancient Greek and Byzantine writers.- Ophthalmological therapy in hospitals (xenones) in Byzantium.
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