Paper - A Specimen of Congenital Aphakia occurring in a Human Embryo of Five to Six Weeks
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Mann IC. A Specimen of Congenital Aphakia occurring in a Human Embryo of Five to Six Weeks. (1921) Proc R Soc Med. 14(Sect Ophthalmol): 64. PMID: 19981976
|Ida Mann describes the abnormal development of the eye.
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A Specimen of Congenital Aphakia occurring in a Human Embryo of Five to Six Weeks
By I. C. Mann, M.B., B.S. (Abstract.)
The president said that Miss Mann had shown an exceedingly interesting and very perfect piece of work of a unique nature, and asked of what material the ingenious model exhibited in connexion with the specimen was made.
Mr. AFFLECK GREEVES said he had had the opportunity of examining microscopically many congenitally abnormal eyes, including microphthalmic eyes, but in all cases there had been a lens, or at least a lens capsule; he had never seen one in which there was no trace of a lens.
Miss MANN (replying to the President) said the model, which represented the aphakic eye x 200, consisted of paraffin wax plates 1 mm. thick, and it was made from drawings of serial sections by the method usually followed in the Anatomical Department of St. Mary's Hospital.
Cite this page: Hill, M.A. (2019, September 15) Embryology Paper - A Specimen of Congenital Aphakia occurring in a Human Embryo of Five to Six Weeks. Retrieved from https://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/index.php/Paper_-_A_Specimen_of_Congenital_Aphakia_occurring_in_a_Human_Embryo_of_Five_to_Six_Weeks