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Category Archives: David’s Blog
Welcome to Dr David Williams website – mostly a record of recent cases he’s been involved in and publications in journals. This is a relatively new version of the site – there are hundreds more cases archived on the previous … Continue reading
[tab name="The Case"] I love buying stuff on e-bay (try http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKtlK7sn0JQ !) but today’s find is perhaps my favourite to date – what it is? [/tab] [tab name="David's view"] This is an ophthalmoscope by Andrew Stanford Morton at the turn of … Continue reading
Here is one to start you off. A five year old guinea pig with this weird deposit around the limbus in both eyes. What is happening here and does it matter to the animal? Continue reading
Thanks for visiting the personal site of Dr David L Williams. This new site is under construction, but all David’s case histories and research papers are still available at his archived site here online.