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The diagnosis of the late sequelae of orbital fractures part 2 measurement of the position of the eyes by an optical mechanical method theoretical introduction


, : The diagnosis of the late sequelae of orbital fractures part 2 measurement of the position of the eyes by an optical mechanical method theoretical introduction. Acta Universitatis Palackianae Olomucensis Facultatis Medicae (79): 269-278

An optical-mechanical method for measuring the position of the eye bulbs [human] was developed, using a telescopic lens for determining the spatial positions with respect to the fundamental x, y and z axes of descriptive geometry. The accuracy of focusing on the vertex of the cornea with a telescopic lens, as demonstrated by analytical procedures, showed that this method was quite satisfactory in the diagnosis and treatment of orbital fractures.


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