Journal- American Optometric Association

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  • Compliance with and typical usage of artificial tears in dry eye conditions..  69:649-655. 1998
  • Association between visual reaction time and batting, fielding, and earned run averages among players of the Southern Baseball League..  68:43-49. 1997
  • Distribution of astigmatism among Sioux Indians in South Dakota..  68:425-431. 1997
  • Evaluating the value of low-vision services..  68:287-295. 1997
  • Nodular scleritis: case report involving immunosuppressive therapy..  68:782-787. 1997
  • Association between eye and hand dominance and hitting, fielding and pitching skill among players of the Southern Baseball League..  67:81-86. 1996
  • Horror fusionis: a report of five patients..  67:733-739. 1996
  • Ocular abnormalities in congenital cytomegalovirus infection..  67:273-278. 1996
  • Animal models of emmetropization: matching axial length to the focal plane..  66:405-414. 1995
  • Binocular vision anomalies: an emerging cause of malpractice claims..  66:305-309. 1995
  • Corneal epithelial fluorescein staining..  66:435-441. 1995
  • Dry eye among males infected with the human immunodeficiency virus..  66:533-538. 1995
  • Older Alabamians System of Information and Services (OASIS): a model Title VII chapter 2 low vision rehabilitation program..  66:357-361. 1995
  • The photic sneeze response: a descriptive report of a clinic population..  66:372-377. 1995
  • The pupillary light reflex pathway of the primate..  66:415-418. 1995
  • The relationship between duration of superior oblique palsy and vertical fusional vergence, cyclodeviation, and diplopia..  66:442-448. 1995
  • Healthy People 2000--health promotion and disease prevention, a new opportunity for optometrists..  65:88-91. 1994
  • Analysis of an older adult vision screening project..  65:581-583. 1994
  • Results of community-based vision screenings of older adults in the Birmingham, Alabama metropolitan area..  65:136-141. 1994
  • The useful field of view test: a new technique for evaluating age-related declines in visual function..  64:71-79. 1993
  • Duane's retraction syndrome..  63:419-429. 1992
  • Why should optometric research be designated as a priority for the profession?.  63:805-806. 1992
  • A retrospective analysis of primary eye cancer at the University of Alabama at Birmingham 1958-1988. Part I: Eye and orbital cancer..  62:815-819. 1991
  • Metastatic tumor formation: processes within the visual system..  61:296-308. 1990
  • Vision recovery in amblyopia..  60:656. 1989
  • Portable tonometers: a clinical comparison of applanation and indentation devices..  60:105-110. 1989
  • 'Vision through my aging eyes' revisited..  59:288-294. 1988
  • Accommodative spasm: a study of 17 cases..  59:527-538. 1988
  • Acute acquired comitant esotropia simulating late onset accommodative esotropia..  59:446-449. 1988
  • Detection of diabetic retinopathy by optometrists..  58:879-882. 1987
  • Exotropia associated with defective accommodation..  58:548-554. 1987
  • Fixation switch: an unusual cause for adolescent and adult onset diplopia..  56:862-865. 1985
  • Late onset diplopia with congenital esotropia..  56:280-284. 1985
  • Simplified fitting procedures for toric soft contact lenses..  55:777-778. 1984
  • Convergence spasm--two case reports..  55:495-498. 1984
  • Therapy for early acquired noncomitant esotropia. A case report..  54:161-163. 1983
  • Screening for rubella in schools of optometry..  53:895-896. 1982
  • Two case reports: acute esotropia in the adult..  53:917-921. 1982
  • A survey of the graduates of the University of Alabama School of Optometry. Screening for hypertension..  53:379-381. 1982
  • The blindspot syndrome..  50:1387-1390. 1979
  • A clinical study of CAB lens wear.  49:299-302. 1978
  • The regression of hypertensive retinopathy.  49:375-378. 1978
  • A descriptive epidemiological study of optometry services in the Birmingham Veterans Administration Hospital.  47:1542-1545. 1976
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 0003-0244