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" ... in proportion to the darkness of the objects looked at. All light objects, such as windows, paper, etc., appear actually yellow. Red and blue appear often in their complementary colors — orange and green- — so that carmine-red appears pale, madder-red... "
The Untoward effects of drugs: a pharmacological and clinical manual - Seite 202
von Louis Lewin - 1883 - 216 Seiten
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A Text Book of Materia Medica, Therapeutics,and Pharmacology

George Frank Butler - 1898 - 860 Seiten
...often in their complementary colors, orange and green, so that carmine-red appears pale, madderred a bronze color, and the sky and blue objects green....appear orange to one person, and to another green." (Quoted from Lewin.) This peculiar effect of santonin is due, according to Rose, to a nervous change...
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Eclectic Medical Gleaner, Band 4

1908
...in their complementary colors — orange and green — so that carmine-red appears pale, madder-red a bronze color, and the sky and blue objects green....appear orange to one person and to another green. This peculiar effect of santonin is believed to be due to a nervous change in the retina or in the brain."...
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A Text-book of Materia Medica, Pharmacology and Therapeutics

George Frank Butler - 1908 - 708 Seiten
...often in their complementary colors, orange and green, so that carmine-red appears pale, madderred a bronze color, and the sky and blue objects green....appear orange to one person, and to another green." — (Quoted from Lewin.) This peculiar effect of santonin is due, according to Rose, to a nervous change...
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Eclectic Review, Band 12

1909
...in their complementary colors — orange and green- — so that carmine-red appears pale, madder-red a bronze color, and the sky and blue objects green....appear orange to one person, and to another green. This peculiar effect of santonin is believed to be due to a nervous change in the retina or in the brain."...
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Specific Diagnosis and Specific Medication

John William Fyfe, John Milton Scudder - 1909 - 784 Seiten
...in their complementary colors — orange and green — so that carmine-red appears pale, madder-red a bronze color, and the sky and blue objects green....appear orange to one person, and to another green. This peculiar effect of santonin is believed to be due to a nervous change in the retina or in the brain."...
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