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Have you ever been to an ophthalmic hospital or a blind asylum?
MY NEW CURATEP.A. SHEEHAN
The front branch of the two is the ophthalmic branch of the adult, and the hind branch the inferior maxillary branch.
During stage H it already exhibits two distinct branches known as the mandibular and ophthalmic.
The ophthalmic branch of the fifth being situated near the anterior end of this, and the mandibular near the posterior end.
The ophthalmic branch of the fifth nerve passes close to its superior and outer wall.
I may add that I have, also, observed the supra-sophageal and ophthalmic ganglions in Bal.
Another wonderful series of moving pictures was prepared by an American ophthalmic surgeon.
PRACTICAL CINEMATOGRAPHY AND ITS APPLICATIONSFREDERICK ARTHUR AMBROSE TALBOT
On this account some authors have not inaptly described them under the special designation of Roman Ophthalmic or Oculist stamps.
My ophthalmic patients generally suffered a relapse, and an unusual number of new cases soon after presented themselves.
Anteriorly it is pierced by a pair of small foramina through which the ophthalmic branches of the trigeminal nerve pass out.
THE VERTEBRATE SKELETONSIDNEY H. REYNOLDS

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