Catalogue Number: 299
The optic nerve and the accessory sinuses of the nose: a contribution to the study of canalicular neuritis and atrophy of the optic nerve of nasal origin
Sub-Category: Book of historical note
Author: Adolf ONODI
Year Of Publication/Manufacture: 1910
Time Period: 1900 to 1939
Place Of Publication/Manufacture: London
Publisher/Manufacturer: Bailliere Tindall and Cox
Description Of Item: 101 pages, 50 illustrations. Inscribed on the front end paper with the name of the original owner JM Baxter. Translated from German to English by J Luckhoff. Original German language edition is dated 1906.
Historical Significance: Onodi (1857-1919) was a Hungarian ophthalmologist. He was the first to describe the onodi (sphenoethmoid) cell in 1903. It can be associated with acute optic neuropathy. Onodi was professor of laryngology at the University of Budapest.
Location: Archive room. East wall. Books of historical note