Contact Lens Spectrum

References

February 2016

Document #243

(p. 14) Refractive Focus – Keratoconus: Many Clinical Perspectives, One Goal
By Jason Marsack, PhD

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    3. Figure 1: Association of Vision Science Librarians (AVSL) members participating in the generation of this Wordle: Louise Collins, Sara Cressman, Patricia Duffel, Suzanne Fermier, Pamela Forbes, Reva Hurtes and Pam Sieving. The Wordle presented here was created at www.wordle.net.

(p. 16) Prescribing for Presbyopia – An Overview of Correction Optiosn for Presbyopia
By Douglas P. Benoit, OD, FAAO

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(p. 22) Dry Eye Dx and Tx – Ocular Surface Disease Is Still Underdiagnosed
By Scott Schacter, OD, & Amber Gaume Giannoni, OD, FAAO

    1. Kwan J, Harthan J, Opitz D, Kuntjoro N, Hom MM. Prevalence of stand-alone ocular surface disease and their mixed counterparts. Paper presented at American Academy of Optometry 2015, New Orleans. Optom Vis Sci. 2015;92:E-abstract 155044.

    2. Harthan J, Kwan J, Opitz DL, Hom MM. Meibomian Gland Dysfunction in pre- and post-menopausal women. Paper presented at American Academy of Optometry 2015, New Orleans. Optom Vis Sci. 2015;92:E-abstract 155058.

(p. 21) Contact Lens Care & Compliance – Climate Changes, Pollen Production, and Contact Lenses
By Michael A. Ward, MMSc, FAAO

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    5. Ward, MA Helping Lens Wearers Cope With Seasonal Allergies. Contact Lens Spectrum. 2013 Apr;28:21.

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(p. 26) A Look at Daily Disposables
By Maria Markoulli, PhD, MOptom, GrandCertOcTher, FBCLA, FAAO

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(p. 30) Beyond the Limbus: Scleral Peripheral Curves and Their Modifications
By Stephanie L. Woo, OD, FAAO, FSLS, & Brooke M. Messer, OD, FSLS

    1. Severinsky B, Behrman S, Frucht-Pery J, Solomon A. Scleral contact lenses for visual rehabilitation after penetrating keratoplasty: Long term outcomes. Cont Lens Anterior Eye. 2014 Jun;37:196-202.

    2. Kojima R, Caroline P, Graff T, Kinoshita B, Copilevitz L, Achong-Coan R, van der Worp E, Lampa M, So K, André, M. Eye Shape and scleral lenses. Contact Lens Spectrum. 2013 April;28:38-43.

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(p. 34) Tear Film & Lens Wear
By John Buch, OD, MS; Kristy Canavan, OD; Zohra Fadli, PhD; & Charles Scales, PhD

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    7. Rohit A, Willcox M, Stapleton F. Tear lipid layer and contact lens comfort: a review. EyeContact Lens. 2013 May;39:247-253.

    8. Nichols JJ, Willcox MDP, Bron AJ, Belmonte C, Ciolino JB, Craig JP, Dogru M, Foulks GN, Jones L, Nelson JD, Nichols KK, Purslow C, Schaumberg DA, Stapleton F, Sullivan DA; members of the TFOS International Workshop on Contact Lens Discomfort. The TFOS International Workshop on Contact Lens Discomfort: Executive Summary. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2013 Oct 18;54:TFOS7-TFOS13.

    9. Nichols JJ, Sinnott LT. Tear film, contact lens, and patient-related factors associated with contact lens-related dry eye. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2006 Apr;47:1319-1328.

    10. Richdale K, Sinnott LT, Skadahl E, Nichols JJ. Frequency of and factors associated with contact lens dissatisfaction and discontinuation. Cornea. 2007 Feb;26:168-174.

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(p. 38) GSLS Posters: A First Look
By Edward S. Bennett, OD, MSEd, FAAO, & Carl Kramer, OD

    1. Visser ES, Soeters N, Tahzig NG. Scleral Lens Tolerance After Cornea Crosslinking. Poster presented at the Global Specialty Lens Symposium, Las Vegas. 2016.

    2. Nau A, Nau C, Shorter E, Harthan J, Barr J, Schornack M. SCOPE Study: Indications for Scleral Lens Wear. Poster presented at the Global Specialty Lens Symposium, Las Vegas. 2016.

    3. Nau C, Harthan J, Shorter E, Barr J, Nau A, Schornack M. SCOPE Study: Demographics of Scleral Lens Fitters. Poster presented at the Global Specialty Lens Symposium, Las Vegas. 2016.

    4. Lampa M, Davis R, Becherer PD, McCorkle L, Hayes J. Pupil Diameter and Variable Multifocal Zone Sizes Relate to Success. Poster presented at the Global Specialty Lens Symposium, Las Vegas. 2016.

    5. Spors F, Tsang D, Hsieh E, Ardakani D, Barbosa YM, Egan DJ, Shen J, McNaughton LE. Comparing Corneal Shape Measurements of Four Topographers. Poster presented at the Global Specialty Lens Symposium, Las Vegas. 2016.

(p. 46) Pediatric and Teen CL Care – Orthokeratology Possibilities for Children
By Melanie Frogozo, OD, FAAO

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(p. 47) Prescribing for Astigmatism – Taming Those Torics
By Brooke Messer, OD, FAAO, FSLS

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(p. 49) Reader and Industry Forum – Bacterial Environment and the Eye
By Augustin L. Gonzalez, OD, FAAO, ABCMO, & Justin Holt, OD

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