Die Krankheiten Der Augenlider


Schon in der ersten im Jahre 1876 erschienenen Auflage dieses Handbuchs (Bd. IV Kap. IV) war es v. MICHELS Bestreben, die krank haften Vorgange der Hau t der Lider von ausschlieBlich der matologischem Standpunkte darzustellen und sich hierbei der in der Dermatologie gebrauchlichen Einteilung und Bezeichnungen zu bedienen. Dementsprechend suchte v. MICHEL die nur der Ophthal mologie eigentiimlichen, nach seiner Meinung nichtssagenden Spezial benennungen wie beispielsweise Hordeolum, Chalazion und insbeson dere akute und chronische Blepharitis, die ihrer Entstehung und ihrem Wesen nach ganz verschiedene Krankheitstypen vorstellen konnen, auszumerzen und durch Klare pathologisch-anatomische Begriffe zu ersetzen. Hierdurch erhoffte er, einen besseren Uberblick und ein bes seres Verstandnis fiir die verschiedenen Krankheitsformen zu erreichen und der Ophthalmologie die therapeutischen Errungenschaften del' Dermatologie leichter nutzbar zu machen 1). -Den gleichen Standpunkt behielt v. MICHEL bei seiner Bearbeitung der zweiten, 1908 erschienenen Auflage dieses Buches bei. Zweifellos entspricht derselbe auch weit gehend dem in erster Linie wissenschaftlichen Charakter des ganzen Handbuchs. Deshalb war es mir bei del' Bearbeitung del' nunmehrigen dritten Auflage der Krankheiten del' Augenlider klar, daB v. MICHELS Prinzip beibehalten werden miisse, tI'otzdem dasselbe noch immer - nach nahezu 50 Jahren - weder in wissenschaftlichen Abhandlungen noch in den Lehrbiichern der Augenheilkunde Eingang gefunden und obwohl dasselbe gerade deshalb in Hinsicht der praktischen Hand habmlg des Buches schwere Bedenken hat.



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  • Language: German
  • Publisher: Springer Verlag
  • ISBN-13: 9783642903786
  • ISBN: 3642903789
  • Publication Year: 1924
  • Edition: 3 Reprint


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