Journal- American Optometric Association
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Compliance with and typical usage of artificial tears in dry eye conditions.
Association between visual reaction time and batting, fielding, and earned run averages among players of the Southern Baseball League.
Distribution of astigmatism among Sioux Indians in South Dakota.
Evaluating the value of low-vision services.
Nodular scleritis: case report involving immunosuppressive therapy.
Association between eye and hand dominance and hitting, fielding and pitching skill among players of the Southern Baseball League.
Horror fusionis: a report of five patients.
Ocular abnormalities in congenital cytomegalovirus infection.
Animal models of emmetropization: matching axial length to the focal plane.
Binocular vision anomalies: an emerging cause of malpractice claims.
Corneal epithelial fluorescein staining.
Dry eye among males infected with the human immunodeficiency virus.
Older Alabamians System of Information and Services (OASIS): a model Title VII chapter 2 low vision rehabilitation program.
The photic sneeze response: a descriptive report of a clinic population.
The pupillary light reflex pathway of the primate.
The relationship between duration of superior oblique palsy and vertical fusional vergence, cyclodeviation, and diplopia.
Healthy People 2000--health promotion and disease prevention, a new opportunity for optometrists.
Analysis of an older adult vision screening project.
Results of community-based vision screenings of older adults in the Birmingham, Alabama metropolitan area.
The useful field of view test: a new technique for evaluating age-related declines in visual function.
Duane's retraction syndrome.
Why should optometric research be designated as a priority for the profession?
A retrospective analysis of primary eye cancer at the University of Alabama at Birmingham 1958-1988. Part I: Eye and orbital cancer.
Metastatic tumor formation: processes within the visual system.
Vision recovery in amblyopia.
Portable tonometers: a clinical comparison of applanation and indentation devices.
'Vision through my aging eyes' revisited.
Accommodative spasm: a study of 17 cases.
Acute acquired comitant esotropia simulating late onset accommodative esotropia.
Detection of diabetic retinopathy by optometrists.
Exotropia associated with defective accommodation.
Fixation switch: an unusual cause for adolescent and adult onset diplopia.
Late onset diplopia with congenital esotropia.
Simplified fitting procedures for toric soft contact lenses.
Convergence spasm--two case reports.
Therapy for early acquired noncomitant esotropia. A case report.
Screening for rubella in schools of optometry.
Two case reports: acute esotropia in the adult.
A survey of the graduates of the University of Alabama School of Optometry. Screening for hypertension.
The blindspot syndrome.
A clinical study of CAB lens wear
The regression of hypertensive retinopathy
A descriptive epidemiological study of optometry services in the Birmingham Veterans Administration Hospital
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