(p. 14) Refractive Focus – Two Hours Outdoors a Day Helps Keep Myopia Away
By David A. Berntsen, OD, PhD, FAAO
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(p. 20) Dry Eye Dx and Tx – The Impact of Environment on Dry Eye Disease
By William Townsend, OD, FAAO
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(p. 21) Contact Lens Care & Compliance – Can Media Sensationalism Help Reinforce Compliance?
By Michael A. Ward, MMSc, FAAO
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(p. 22) Highlights from the 2016 Global Specialty Lens Symposium
By Edward S. Bennett, OD, MSEd, FAAO; Lisa Starcher; & Jason J. Nichols, OD, MPH, PhD, FAAO
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2. Kinoshita B, Morrison S, Caroline P, Kojima R, Lampa M. Corneal toricity and scleral asymmetry ... are they related? Poster presented at the Global Specialty Lens Symposium, January 2016, Las Vegas.
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5. Ritzmann M, Morrison S, Caroline P, Kinoshita B, Lampa M, Kojima R. Scleral shape and asymmetry as measured by OCT in 78 normal eyes. Poster presented at the Global Specialty Lens Symposium, January 2016, Las Vegas.
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(p. 36) Irregular Astigmatism, Part 1
By Susan Kovacich, OD
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(p. 40) Is There a Relationship Between Care System and Compliance?
By Sarah Guthrie, PhD, Kathy Dumbleton, PhD, MCOptom, FAAO; & Lyndon Jones, PhD, FCOptom, FAAO
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(p. 46) Is This the New Norm – Is Cyclosporine the New Normal for Treating Dry Eye?
By Mile Brujic, OD, FAAO, & David L. Kading, OD, FAAO
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6. 1.2 Million From IMS TPT, Restasis treated patients are 1mn-1.1mn/year. The patient count is based on unique patients during 12 month time period.
7. Note: IMS TPT is based on retail chain claims. The retail chain makes up 75-80% of Restasis Rx market. Hence unique patient count could be potential of 1.2mn/year. (Information given through coorespondence with David Gibson at Allergan).
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(p. 50) Pediatric and Teen CL Care – Occlusion Contact Lenses for Amblyopia
By Melanie Frogozo, OD, FAAO
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(p. 51) Prescribing for Astigmatism – First Half Game Plan: Corneal GP Keratoconus Prescribing
By Elaine Chen, OD; Colton Heinrich, OD; & Timothy B. Edrington, OD, MS, FAAO
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(p. 56) Contact Lens Case Reports – Should Most Orthokeratology Lenses Be Toric?
By Patrick J. Caroline, FAAO, & Mark P. André, FAAO
1. Kojima R, Caroline P, Morrison S, Kinoshita B, André, M, Lampa M. Should All Orthokeratology Lenses Be Toric? Poster presented at the 2016 Global Specialty Lens Symposium, January 2016, Las Vegas.