Berlin: Julius Springer, 1932.
Hardcover. Very Good. Two volumes in original wrappers. Text: 7 x 10 inches, pp vii, 87, with index. Abbildungen:10 x 13 inches, pp iv, 153 pp, all illustrations (most from photographs, some diagrams and line drawings). Light handling wear and dust soiling to both volumes, text volume chipped at lower spine; contents clean and sound. Text is in German. Due to size, shipping charges will be more than standard for priority or international orders. Thiel (1894-1967) was a major figure in German ophthalmology best known for his work on glaucoma. In this work he applied the use of x-ray technology to diagnosing diseases of the eye.