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Physical Object set / Kit of artificial eyes depicting diseases and defects

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Kit of artificial eyes depicting diseases and defects
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Digital resource published by the Regents of the University of California
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UC San Francisco, Library, Special Collections
Health Sciences Artifact Collection
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Scope/Content: 19th-century kit of ocular pathology specimens – hand-blown glass eye models (eyeballs) depicting diseases and defects, created by Amandus Müller; donated to UCSF by the Danz family; photographs credit Sean McClelland.
physical object
Artifact Collection, item 197

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