Optometry and Vision Science


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  • A review of meibography..  89.
  • Accommodative lag by autorefraction and two dynamic retinoscopy methods.  86:233-243.
  • Atypical Fixation Preference with Anisometropia.  84:E848-E851.
  • Citation analysis of the contact lens field.  89:70-79.
  • Comparison of aniseikonia as measured by the Aniseikonia Inspector and the Space Eikonometer.  83:836-842.
  • Cumulative meta-analysis of the relationship between useful field of view and driving performance in older adults: Current and future implications.  82:724-731.
  • Effect of cyclodeviations on the axis of astigmatism (for patients with superior oblique paresis).  67:80-83.
  • Effect of interrupted lens wear on compensation for a minus lens in tree shrews.  76:308-315.
  • Evaluation of extractants and precipitants in tear film proteomic analyses.  87:854-860.
  • Guinea pig ciliary muscle development.  91:730-739.
  • Horizontal and vertical vergence training and its effect on vergences, fixation disparity curves, and prism adaptation: II. Vertical data.  65.
  • Impact of pediatric vision impairment on daily life: Results of focus groups.  89:1409.
  • Long-term changes in visual acuity and refractive error in amblyopes.  81:510-515.
  • Objective measures of the effects of the "read without glasses method".  89:1203-1210.
  • Optometric care of the homebound and institutionalized older adult.  67:323-328.
  • Perspective: How might emmetropization and genetic factors produce myopia in normal eyes?.  88.
  • Primary health care -the role of optometry.  52.
  • Proteins identified from care solution extractions of silicone hydrogels.  86:E123-E131.
  • Relation between upper and lower lids' meibomian gland morphology, tear film, and dry eye.  89.
  • Smoking deception and age-related macular degeneration.  91:865-871.
  • The reliability and validity of hand-held refractometry water content measures of hydrogel lenses.  80:447-453.
  • Toward controlling myopia progression?.  76:341.
  • Validity of the convergence insufficiency symptom survey: A confirmatory study.  86:357-363.
  • What do animal studies tell us about the mechanism of Myopia - Protection by light?.  93:1049-1051.