Contact Lens Spectrum
(p. 15) Letters to the Editor: Commenting on “Using Power Profiles to Evaluate Aspheric Lenses”, By Sotiris Plainis, MSc, PhD; David A. Atchison, PhD; and W. Neil Charman, DSc
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2. Bernard Y, Lopez-Gil N, Legras R. Subjective depth of field in presnece of 4th-order and 6th-order spherical aberration using adaptive optics technology. J Cataract Refract Surg 2010; 36(12): 2129-2138.
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4. Kollbaum P, Jansen M, Thibos L, Bradley A. Validation of an off-eye contact lens Shack-Hartmann wavefront aberrometer. Optom Vis Sci 2008;85(9):E817-28.
5. Plainis S, Charman WN. On-eye power characteristics of soft contact lenses. Optom Vis Sci 1998;75(1):44-54.
6. Plakitsi A, Charman WN. Comparison of the depth of focus with the naked eye and with three types of presbyopic contact lens correction. Br Cont Lens Ass 1995; 18(4): 119-125.
7. Plakitsi A, Charman WN. Ocular spherical aberration and theoretical through-focus modulation transfer functions calculated for eyes fitted with two types of varifocal presbyopic contact lens. Cont Lens Anterior Eye 1997;20(3):97-106.
8. Vogt A, Bateman K, Green T, Reindel B. Using Power Profiles to Evaluate Aspheric Lenses. Contact Lems Spectrum 2011(January issue).
(p. 17) Letters to the Editor: Dr. Vogt et al’s Response, By Alexis K. S. Vogt, PhD; Kirk Bateman, MS; Tim Green, MS; & Bill Reindel, OD, MS
1. Collins M, Goode A, Davis B, Tait A. A computer-interfaced vertometer system for contact lenses. Optom Vis Sci 1997; 74(1):59-65.
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(p. 18) Point/Counterpoint: Managing Lens-Related Dry Eye
Point: Consider Treating Lens-Related Dry Eye With Pharmaceuticals, By S. Barry Eiden, OD, FAAO
Counterpoint: Pharmaceuticals Aren’t Always the Answer for Lens-Related Dry Eye, By Edward Williams, OD, FAAO
(p. 25) Dry Eye Dx and Tx: Dry Eye’s Impact on Vision, By William Townsend, OD, FAAO
(p. 34) Microbiology and Contact Lens Wear, By Mark D.P. Willcox, PhD
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(p. 40) Contact Lens-Associated Infiltrative Keratitis and Multipurpose Solutions, By Andrew J. Sacco, OD, FAAO
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