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" ... (2) that in these instances the brain symptom is often the most prominent and sometimes the sole prominent symptom of the eye troubles, so that, while there may be no pain or sense of fatigue in the eye, the strain with which it is used may be interpreted... "
Journal of Materia Medica - Side 261
1876
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Transactions of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the ..., Volumer 99-103

Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland - 1896
...brain symptom is often the most prominent and sometimes the sole prominent symptom of the eye troubles, so that while there may be no pain or sense of fatigue...frontal headache. "3. That the long continuance of eye troubles may be the unsuspected source of insomnia, vertigo, nausea, and general failure of health....
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The Transactions of the Medical Society of the State of California, Volumer 4-7

Medical Society of the State of California - 1874
...brain symptoms is often most prominent, and sometimes the most prominent symptom of the eye troubles, so that while there may be no pain or sense of fatigue in the eye, the strain by which it is used, may be interpreted solely by occipital or frontal headache. Third, that in many...
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The Canadian Journal of Medical Science, Volum 1

1876
...symptom is often the most prominent, and sometimes the sole prominent symptom of the eye troubles, so that while there may be no pain or sense of fatigue...frontal headache. 3. That the long continuance of eye trouble may be the unsuspected source of insomnia, vertigo, nausea, and general failure of the...
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The Cincinnati Lancet and Clinic, Volum 14;Volum 53

1885
...ordinarily. A remarkable fact, as given by writers upon eye strain, (') is, in the words of Dr. Mitchell, that while there may be no pain or sense of fatigue in the eye the strain is interpreted solely by the occipital or frontal headache. Some of the worst cases that I have treated...
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The Peoria Medical Monthly, Volum 5

J. Murphy, J.L. Hamilton, H. Steele - 1885
...ordinarily. A remarkable . fact, as given by writers upon eye-strain, is, in the words of Dr. Mitchell, that, while there may be no pain or sense of fatigue in the eye, the strain is interpreted solely by the occipital or frontal headache. Some of the worst cases that I have treated...
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Transactions of the Luzerne County Medidcal Society, Volumer 1-4

1887
...brain symptom is often the most prominent and sometimes the sole prominent symptom of the eye troubles, so that while there may be no pain or sense of fatigue...frontal headache. "3. That the long continuance of eye trouble may be the unsuspected source of insomnia, vertigo, nausea and general failure of health....
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The Medical Times and Register, Volumer 33-34

1897
...brain symptom is often the most prominent and sometimes the sole prominent symptom of the eye troubles, so that while there may be no pain or sense of fatigue...interpreted solely by occipital or frontal headache. (3) The long continuance of eye troubles may be the unsuspected source of insomnia, vertigo, nausea, and...
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The Eclectic Medical Journal, Volum 57

1897
...accommodative apparatus of the eyes. nent and sometimes the sole prominent symptom of the eye trouble, so that while there may be no pain or sense of fatigue...interpreted solely by occipital or frontal headache. 3. The long continuance of eye troubles may be the uususpected source of insomnia, vertigo, nausea and...
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Bulletin of Pharmacy, Volum 11

1897
...eyes. In some instances the brain symptom is often the most prominent symptom of the eye troubles, so that, while there may be no pain or sense of fatigue...interpreted solely by occipital or frontal headache. The long continuance of eye troubles may be the unsuspected source of insomnia, vertigo, nausea, and...
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Clinical lessons on nervous diseases

Silas Weir Mitchell - 1897 - 305 sider
...brain-symptom is the most prominent, and sometimes the sole prominent symptom of the eye-troubles; so that while there may be no pain or sense of fatigue...in the eye, the strain with which it is used may be represented by occipital or frontal headache only. 3. That the long continuance of eye-trouble may...
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