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On the morbid sensibility of the eye, commonly called weakness of sight

by Stevenson, John

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Published by Samuel Highley in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby John Stevenson
ContributionsUniversity of Leeds. Library
The Physical Object
Pagination[6], 108 p. ;
Number of Pages108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26274208M

A startled look ran from eye to eye; Mrs. Bry crimsoned to the verge of congestion, Mrs. Stepney slipped nervously behind her husband, and Selden, in the general turmoil of his sensations, was mainly conscious of a longing to grip Dabham by the collar and fling him out into the street. Dorset, meanwhile, had stepped back to his wife's side. Free flashcards to help memorize facts about Medical Terminology Ch. 11 The special senses Eyes and Ears. Other activities to help include hangman, crossword, word .

  increase in intraocular pressure, which, if intreated, may result in atrophy (wasting away) of the optic nerve and blindness; it is treated with medication and surgery; there is an increased risk of developing it in persons over 60 years of age, in people of African ancestry, in persons who have sustained a serious eye injury, and in anyone. Special Pathology and therapeutic hints by C G Raue. or other states of the eye which impair sight. It is common in the Albinos, when there is absence of the pigmentum gh ascribed to a morbid condition of innervation, its true nature is unknown. From a morbid sensibility of the nervous system in general and the uterine.

In all he does man seeks same good as end or means. Peters I. 1, 1 Every art and every kind of inquiry, and likewise every act and purpose, seems to aim at some good: and so it has been well said that the good is that at which everything aims.. Peters I. 1, 2 But a difference is observable among these aims or ends. What is aimed at is sometimes the exercise of a faculty. The information as processed by the eye may be called a percept; that information as processed by the brain may be called a concept. In Ruskin’s mental processes there is unusual emphasis on the work of the eye. To begin with, sight is essentially the sense of the simultaneous.


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On the morbid sensibility of the eye, commonly called weakness of sight by Stevenson, John Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. On the morbid sensibility of the eye: commonly called weakness of sight. [John Stevenson; Nathan Smith; Horatio G Hale; Thomas Henderson; John Charles Hall; Loomis & Richards,; Milwaukee Academy of Medicine. Book Collection.]. Get this from a library.

On the morbid sensibility of the eye: commonly called weakness of sight. [John Stevenson; Nathan Smith; Horatio G Hale; Loomis & Richards,]. Also available online. Microfilm. 1 microfilm reel: negative ; 35 mm.

Provenance: NLM copy, book label of Thomas Henderson on cover p. [2] and his ownership inscription on t.p.; ownership inscription of J.C.

Hall on t.p. NLM ID: R[Book]. Title(s): A practical treatise on the morbid sensibility of the eye, commonly called weakness of sight. Edition: 3d ed. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Callow, Description: p. Language: English Notes: Amer.

has title: On the morbid sensibility of the eye. NLM ID: R[Book]. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal reviewed a book by John Stevenson entitled On the Morbid Sensibility of the Eye, commonly called Weakness of Sight. In the introduction to this work Stevenson clearly dissociated himself from the quacks, and informed the reader that he had " for some time past, altogether relinquished general.

On the morbid sensibility of the eye, commonly called weakness of sight. London: J. Gillet for S. Highley, [4], p.; 22 cm. (8vo) Just as the title of this book contains little more than an indication of a symptom of disease, the work itself offers little beyond random observations on weakness of sight.

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Author(s. Blindness and Writing is certainly a book that all who are interested in ophthalmologic discourse should read.' On the Morbid Sensibility of the Eye, Commonly Called Weakness of Sight (London: Samuel Highley, James, Essays on the Morbid Anatomy of the Eye (Edinburgh: George Ramsay, Author: Heather Tilley.

STEVENSON, JOHN (–?), surgeon, son of Joseph and Deborah Stevenson, was baptised at Kegworth on the borders of Leicestershire and Derbyshire, on 13 March He was educated privately, and was apprenticed to his father, a surgeon, at the age of sixteen.

On the morbid sensibility of the eye, commonly called weakness of sight (BEER George). Art of preserving the sight unimpaired to an extreme old age: and of re-establishing and strengthening it when it becomes weak. KITCHINER, William. The economy of the eyes: precepts for the improvement and preservation of the sight.

Beer, The Art of Preserving the Sight, pp. –gh rarely used today, green spectacles may have been beneficial to those with eye disorders in their impact upon intraocular pressure — fluid pressure in the eye which can be affected by factors such as inflammation: see R.B.

Zaretskaya, ‘Some Experiments with Green Spectacles Prescribed to Glaucomatous Patients’, American Journal Cited by: 1. - Combining form asthen/o means weakness - Suffix opia means condition of vision - Symptom of eye weakness, commonly referred to as eyestrain - Short term, acute, symptom usually resulting from reading a computer screen or book without frequent breaks.

Start studying chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. in which disorder do misaligned or unbalanced eye muscles cause the eye to appear to be looking in two different direction. strabismus. what is commonly called lazy eye, a child does not use one eye regulary.

Full text of "An Essay on Morbid Sensibility of the Stomach and Bowels, as the Proximate Cause, Or " See other formats. A Practical Treatise on the Morbid Sensibility of the Eye, Commonly Called Weakness of Sight.

Stevenson, John Callow () Third Edition - Catalogue No. e Cover one eye and then the other and compare the sight in each one. Color blindness: You have trouble with shades or intensity of colors.

Because it’s all about perception, you may not know. Cataracts are the result of degradation of proteins in the eye, but when these eyesight problems are caused by exposure to ultra-violet light, smoking, or use of steroids, they can occur at a young age as well. Sometimes eyesight problems can be caused by trauma to the eye.

A black eye, for instance, can disrupt vision, as can an eye infection. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

Pink eye, also called conjunctivitis, is redness or irritation of the conjunctivae, the membranes on the inner part of the eyelids and the membranes covering the whites of the eyes. These membranes react to a wide range of bacteria, viruses, allergy-provoking agents, irritants, and toxic agents.

THE EYE The basic structure of the eye is shown in Figure 1. The anterior portion of the eye is essentially a lens system, made up of the cornea and crystalline lens, whose primary purpose is to focus light onto the retina.

The retina contains receptor cells, rods and cones, which, when stimulated by light, send signals to the brain. Anatomy and Physiology Quizzes Online Quizzes for CliffsNotes Anatomy and Physiology QuickReview, 2nd Edition holds the lens and retina in position and maintains the shape of the eye.

The process of sight involves converting light energy to chemical energy. Removing #book# from your Reading List will also remove any bookmarked pages.Eyes and Vision Trivia Questions & Answers: This category is for questions and answers related to Eyes and Vision, as asked by users of Accuracy: A team of editors takes feedback from our visitors to keep trivia as up to date and as accurate as possible.

Related quizzes can be found here: Eyes and Vision Quizzes.Study Chapter The Special senses of sight and hearing flashcards from Mark M. on StudyBlue. A symptom of eye weakness, commonly referred to as "eyestrain".

It is a short-term, or acute, symptom usually resulting from reading a computer screen or book without frequent breaks. (called intraocular pressure) rises above normal.