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  1. H. Knapp, Arch. Ophth. and Otol. 1, 377 (1870).
  2. H. M. Burian and K. N. Ogle, Am. J. Ophthal. 26 (May, 1943).
  3. E. Tron, Arch. f. Ophthal. 132, 182–223 (1934); also Arch. f. Ophthal. 133, 211–230 (1935). L. Paul, Arch. f. Ophthal. 133, 254 (1935).
  4. K. N. Ogle, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 26, 323 (1936).
  5. In view of the fact that a certain percentage of the anisometropic cases studied had residual size corrections which could not be attributed wholly to spherical anisometropia, it is probable that there would be some cases in which even the residual size correction though over-all might be due to factors other than dioptric.

Burian, H. M.

H. M. Burian and K. N. Ogle, Am. J. Ophthal. 26 (May, 1943).

Knapp, H.

H. Knapp, Arch. Ophth. and Otol. 1, 377 (1870).

Ogle, K. N.

K. N. Ogle, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 26, 323 (1936).

H. M. Burian and K. N. Ogle, Am. J. Ophthal. 26 (May, 1943).

Tron, E.

E. Tron, Arch. f. Ophthal. 132, 182–223 (1934); also Arch. f. Ophthal. 133, 211–230 (1935). L. Paul, Arch. f. Ophthal. 133, 254 (1935).

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H. Knapp, Arch. Ophth. and Otol. 1, 377 (1870).

H. M. Burian and K. N. Ogle, Am. J. Ophthal. 26 (May, 1943).

E. Tron, Arch. f. Ophthal. 132, 182–223 (1934); also Arch. f. Ophthal. 133, 211–230 (1935). L. Paul, Arch. f. Ophthal. 133, 254 (1935).

K. N. Ogle, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 26, 323 (1936).

In view of the fact that a certain percentage of the anisometropic cases studied had residual size corrections which could not be attributed wholly to spherical anisometropia, it is probable that there would be some cases in which even the residual size correction though over-all might be due to factors other than dioptric.

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