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    Fungus oculi, James Moores Bell ophthalmology collection at the National Museum of Medicine

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    Fungus oculi, James Moores Ball ophthalmology collection at the National Museum of Medicine. See: http://pinterest.com/pin/287386019943119248/

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    Vintage anatomical diagrams of the human eye

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