What Every One Should Know About Eyes

By: Lewis, F. Park

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Boards rubbed, spine toned. 1928 Small Hard Cover. 70 pp. Flexible hardcover binding. CONTENTS: Part I - The Mechanism of Sight: Nature's use for tears - cause of near-sightedness - How eyes are tested - The test in adolescence - Psychic blindness - preschool child - Strabismus or squint - Sight-saving glasses - Glasses and their uses - The optometrist or optician - Shall we throw our glasses away? - When glasses are unnecessary - Examination the only safeguard; Part II - When the Mechanism Gets Out of Order: Treatment - Pink-eye - Trachoma - Birth infections - Prevention of congenital syphilis - Accidents and injuries - Diseases affecting the optic nerve; Part III - The Eye In Middle Life and Beyond: Cataract and its prevention - Iritis and Glaucoma - The eye in advanced life; Part IV - Eye Inheritances: Will her children be blind? - Congenital cataract - Inherited focal abnormalities - Retinal pigmentation - Color blindness.

Title: What Every One Should Know About Eyes

Author: Lewis, F. Park

Categories: Biology, Science, Medical,

Publisher: Funk & Wagnalls Company: 1928

Binding: Small Hard Cover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 1521527