Contact Lens Spectrum

May 2006

Document #126

 

References

 

(p. 15) Letter to the Editor: Alcon Responds about Fungal Keratitis Cases, By Ralph Stone, PhD

 

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(p. 21) Discovering Dry Eye: Preservative-Related Dryness? By Jason J. Nichols, OD, MPH, PhD

 

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(p. 27) No-fee CE: Contact Lenses and Aquatics, By Dawn Lam, MSc, OD, and Timothy B. Edrington, OD, MS, FAAO

 

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(p. 40) The Role of Oxygen in Successful Lens Wear,” By Derrick L. Artis, OD, FAAO

 

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(p. 50) Treatment Plan: Calculating Glaucoma Risk, By Leo Semes, OD, FAAO

 

  1. Gordon MO, Beiser JA, Brandt JD, et al. The Ocular Hypertension Treatment Study: Baseline Factors that Predict the Onset of Primary Open-Angle Glaucoma  Arch Ophthalmol  120: 714-720, 2002. 
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  3. Medeiros FA, Weinreb RN, Sample PA, et al. Validation of a predictive model to estimate the risk of conversion from ocular hypertension to glaucoma. Arch Ophthalmol. 2005;123:1351-60.