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Effects of carbon monoxid upon the eye

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      Abstract

      This paper gives a general survey of the subject and includes a graphic description of the subjective and general nutritional effects of carbon monoxid poisoning, by one of the victims; and incidentally throws light on the origin of a story of a haunted house. It gives an account of the ocular symptoms of such poisoning, revealing a distinct tendency of the poison to cause neuritis and especially to affect the optic nerve.
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