by Dr Dan Waniek, MD
Copyright © 2006 danwaniek.org
Back in med school years, I never saw anything like this. And I feel I must pay tribute to the work that was most informative during those years, and formative beyond belief.
The authors simply lived inside the eye and flew with the eyeballs in the orbits as if these were not restricting bony sockets. Perhaps seeing is not only believing: seeing the inside of the eye is also living.
Did you know that the iris of the eye is the only living structure we can see in a sea of dead keratin, and stuff - other products of the skin? Look inside Hogan, Weddell and Alvarado's masterpiece and you'll make discoveries that others will never forget. And what is more, you'll see exactly how this thing works so that you might see...