An account of a membrane in the eye, now first described.Phil. Trans., 109, 300-07, 1819.
“Jacob’s membrane”, the layer of the retina containing the rods and cones.
Subjects: OPHTHALMOLOGY › Anatomy of the Eye & Orbit
Observations respecting an ulcer of peculiar character, which attacks the eyelids and other parts of the face.Dublin Hosp. Rep. 4, 232-39, 1827.
Arthur Jacob, Professor of Anatomy and physiology in Dublin, described “Jacob’s ulcer”, rodent ulcer attacking the face, especially the eyelid.
Subjects: DERMATOLOGY › Specific Dermatoses