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Rizal as a doctor

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  • 1.  He wanted to treat his mothers eyes that has cataracts.
  • 2. • University of Santo Tomas he studied medicine, agriculture, surveying, and philosophy and letters.• 1879-1882• Central university of madrid• 1882-1884• He received his licentiate in Medicine in 1884
  • 3.  Rizal chose to specialize in ophthalmology and worked in the eye clinic of Dr. Louis De Wecker, a famous French ophthalmologist. He introduced ophthalmoscopy into France and advanced ocular surgery. He modified cataract and strabismus surgery, devised a new method of enucleation, advocated sclerotomy for the treatment of glaucoma, and was the first to use the termfiltration. He worked for Dr. De Wecker from November 1885 to February 1886
  • 4.  In February 1886, Rizal moved to Heidelberg. Augenklinik (Eye Clinic) of Otto Becker Becker (1828-1890) was professor of ophthalmology at the University of Heidelberg from 1868 to 1890 and helped make this department one of the best in Germany. Rizal spent the next 6 months working as assistant to Becker.
  • 5.  On his way back to de Weckers clinic in Paris in 1887, Rizal took time to travel through Europe to learn from and visit with some additional prominent ophthalmologists and scientists. Among the ophthalmologists he visited, probably the most well-recognized today is Ernst Fuchs, whom he visited and worked with for a short time in Vienna. In Berlin Rizal met Rudolph Virchow, the"father of pathology," who invited him to become a member of the Berlin Anthropological Society.
  • 6.  Rizal practiced ophthalmology, mainly in Calamba (August 1887-February 1888) Hong Kong (November 1891-June 1892), while in exile in the town of Dapitan (July 1892-July 1896). In Calamba in 1887, Rizal finally began to fulfill his lifelong dream of caring for his mothers eyesight. In Hong Kong in 1892, he successfully removed the cataract from his mothers left eye.
  • 7. There are three animal species named after Rizal as he used to collect these animals while exiled in Dapitan. Draco Rizali (Wandolleck) - a specie of flying dragon Rachophorous Rizali (Boetger) - a unknown specie of toad Apogonia Rizali (Heller) - a small beetle.
  • 8. http://www.joserizal.ph/ta02.html
  • 9. Rizal really only had 2 patients: his mother and his country.
  • 10.  http://www.dearbloggery.com/2009/06/19/happy- 148th-birthday-dr-jose-rizal/ http://agham.asti.dost.gov.ph/1st/rizal.htm http://archopht.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?article id=265463 http://paojournal.com/vol36no2/downloads/PJO%20J ul-Dec%202011%20Jan16%2037-45.pdf http://www.manila.diplo.de/Vertretung/manila/en/01 /Filipinos__in__germany/rizal_20in_20germany__seit e.html