Category Archives: David’s Blog

Advice for Freshers from 1913

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

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An ophthalmic e-bay purchase!

[tab name=”The Case”] I love buying stuff on e-bay (try !) 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

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An introduction – and a case

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

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