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  1. Harminder S Dua,
  2. Aarti Dua,
  3. Arun D Singh

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For the last 2 years the cover of the British Journal of Ophthalmology has depicted images along two themes, ‘Antique ophthalmic instruments’ and ‘The Eye in mythology’. There is hardly a culture or religion in the world where the ‘Eye’ has not figured prominently or symbolically in one context or the other, often with a legend attached to it. In this issue ‘mythology’ comes to the eye. …

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