Berlin: Hermann Peters 1858. First Edition. xi, [1-blank], 279, [1-errata] pages. 8vo. Publisher's embossed cloth faded at spine. Ex-library Hartford Medical Society with bookplate on front pastedown and perforated stamps throughout. Front hinge cracked with straps showing, rear cracked but holding. Marbled page edges. Text generally bright internally. Previous owner name penned on front flyleaf. Good. Cloth. 
"Alfred Carl Graefe, cousin of Albrecht, made a careful clinical analysis of disordered movements of the eye. He also invented a special 'localization ophthalmoscope', and, with Saemisch, edited the great Handbuch der gesamten Augenheilkunde". Garrison Morton (5883) Graefe established an eye clinic at Halle that became a world-renowned institution, and that Graefe introduced antisepsis into ophthalmology. They also note the special ophthalmoscope he invented was to aid in the removal of cysticerci. This title is "careful clinical analysis of disordered movements of the eyes, discussing principally paralysis of the ocular muscles." (Albert et al, Source Book of Ophthalmology, p129) Not in the Becker Collection.