Talk:Sympathetic ophthalmia

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King John of Bohemia[edit]

The article about King John of Bohemia states that he went blind because of ophthalmia, not SO, specifically. Since there can be any number of different ophthalmias (catarrhal, Egyptian, electric, gonococcal, granular, metastatic, neuroparalytic, phlyctenular, spring, and varicose to name a few), I'm taking this line out unless we can get some sources. Same with Tim Z. Burton. To practice what I preach, I'm citing the ref for Braille :) --Zyryab 01:47, 18 April 2007 (UTC)