Contact Lens Spectrum

October 2005

Document #119

 

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(p. 25) Discovering Dry Eye: Tear Film Osmolality — A Newer Gold Standard? By Kelly K. Nichols, OD, MPH, PhD

 

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(p. 40) Quantifying Regression with Orthokeratology, By Helen K. Gardiner, OD, FAAO, Michael A. Leong, OD, FAAO,  & Ralph E. Gundel, OD, FAAO

 

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