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Teaching ocular pathology: glass to glass jars
  1. Richard Keeler,
  2. Arun Singh,
  3. Harminder Dua

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    Courtesy of Mr Richard Keeler, Curator, Museum of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists. Photo: Mark Thomas

    Most practising ophthalmologists today will recall looking at or studying eye pathology specimens preserved in glass jars in pathology museums. The cover image illustrates a part of a set of glass shells showing diseases and abnormalities of the eye, hand crafted in the late 1920s by ocularists in the ophthalmic drawing department of Theodore Hamblin Ltd at 15 Wigmore …

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