Contact Lens Spectrum

November 2007

Document #144

 

References

 

(p. 20) Dry Eye Dx and Tx – Do Your Research to Draw Conclusions From Research, By William Townsend, OD

 

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(p. 24) Correcting Aberrations with Contact Lenses, By Pete S. Kollbaum, OD, PhD, FAAO, & Arthur S. Bradley, PhD

 

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(p. 33) No-fee CE: Fitting Contact Lenses to Irregular Corneas, by Louise A. Sclafani, OD, FAAO

 

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  4.  Narayanan, Raja MD *; Gaster, Ronald N MD, FACS *+; Kenney, M Cristina MD, PhD * Pseudophakic Corneal Edema: A Review of Mechanisms and Treatments. Cornea. 25(9):993-1004, October 2006
  5.  Udar, Nitin PhD; Kenney, M. Cristina MD, PhD; Chalukya, Meenal MA; Anderson, Tara BS; Morales, Liezel BS; Brown, Donald PhD; Nesburn, Anthony MD; Small, Kent MD Keratoconus-No Association with the Transforming Growth Factor [beta]-Induced Gene in a Cohort of American Patients. Cornea. 23(1):13-17, January 2004.
  6.  MARSACK, JASON D. MS; PARKER, KATRINA E. OD, FAAO; PESUDOVS, KONRAD PhD, FAAO; DONNELLY, WILLIAM J. III PhD; APPLEGATE, RAYMOND A. OD, PhD, FAAO Uncorrected Wavefront Error and Visual Performance During RGP Wear in Keratoconus. Optometry & Vision Science. 84(6):463-470, June 2007
  7.  BARR, JOSEPH T. OD, MS, FAAO, EDITOR Vision and Visual Acuity. Contact Lens Spectrum. 22(5):13, May 2007.
  8.  CHOI, JIN MD; WEE, WON RYANG MD, PhD; LEE, JIN HAK MD, PhD; KIM, MEE KUM MD, PhD Changes of Ocular Higher Order Aberration in On- and Off-Eye of Rigid Gas Permeable Contact Lenses. Optometry & Vision Science. 84(1):42-51, January 2007
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(p. 41) A Statistical Analysis of the Staining Grid, by Sally M. Dillehay, OD, EdD; Bill Long, BS, MBA; & Gary Cutter, PhD

 

1.        Hom M. The new math of corneal staining. Contact Lens Spectrum. 2007 (March):44-46.

2.        Lasswell, L, Huth S, Tran D. Deciphering Corneal Staining Scales. Contact Lens Spectrum. 2007 (April):36-40.

3.        Andrasko GJ, Ryen KA. A series of evaluations of MPS and silicone hydrogel lens combination. Review of Cornea and Contact Lenses. March 2007(March): 36-42.

4.        www.staininggrid.com. Updated May 27, 2007. Accessed June 4, 2007.

5.        Distribution of color of M&M plain candies over the years. www.doe.virgina.gov/Div/Winchester/jhhs/math/lessons/stats/mars.html. Accessed May 4,  2007.

6.        Donahue RMJ. Statistics in clinical research: Godsend or necessary evil ? http://rafe.donahue.home.comcast.net/rapsapril2003talk1.pdf.   Accessed April 17, 2007.

7.        Dillehay, SM, Long BL, Rappon JM. Letter to the Editor. Review of Cornea and Contact Lenses, 2007; June:8.

8.        Andrasko G. Author's Response to Letter to the Editor. Review of Cornea and Contact Lenses, 2007; June:9.

9.        Korb, D. and J. Herman, Corneal staining subsequent to sequential fluorescein instillations. J Am Optom Assoc, 1979;50(3):361-367.

10.     Schwallie, J., et al., Corneal staining patterns in normal non-contact lens wearers. Optom Vis Sci, 1997; 74(2):92-98.

11.     Korb, D. and Exford J., Corneal staining prior to contact lens wearing. J Am Optom Assoc. 1970;41(3):228-232.

12.     Norn, M., Micropunctate fluorescein vital staining of the cornea. Acta Ophthalmol (Khb,. 1970; 48:108-118.

13.     Garofalo RJ, Dassanayake N, Carey C, Stein J, Stone R, David R. Corneal staining and subjective symptoms with multipurpose solutions as a function of time. Eye & Contact Len, 2005;31(4):166-174.

14.     Van Duzee B, Schlech B. The activity of a multi-purpose solution against Acanthamoeba. Optician, 1999;217(5700):34-35.

15.     Dassanayake, N., et al., Correlating biocide uptake and release profiles with corneal staining and subjective symptoms. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci, 2005;46: E-abstract 915.

16.     Carnt NA, Willcox MDP, Evans V. et al. Corneal Staining with various lens care-silicone hydrogel combinations and its significant: The IER Matrix Study. Submitted to Contact Lens Spectrum July 2007.

17.     Portney LG, Watkins MP. Foundations of clinical research. Applications to practice. Second edition. Prentice Hall Health. Upper Saddle River, NJ. 2000:19.