ASSESSMENT OF BINOCULAR VISION UTILIZING THE PULFRICH AND VENETIAN BLIND EFFECTS
CONTACT ANGLE MEASUREMENTS ON HARD CONTACT LENSES
LIGHTING AN EXAMINATION ROOM TO AVOID ERROR
EXPERIENCE WITH CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION IN THE BLIND REHABILITATION PROGRAM OF THE VETERANS ADMINISTRATION
CHEMICAL STRENGTHENING OF OPHTHALMIC LENSES
PROPER SELECTION AND TESTING OF LASER PROTECTIVE MATERIALS
MYOPIA AND DENTAL CARIES
THE N & N SOFT CONTACT LENS
A BINOCULAR REFRACTION PROCEDURE
The Pupil.
Ocular Side Effects of Drugs and Basic Pharmacology.
The Assessment of Visual Function.
The Corneal Light Reflex
The Physiology of the Eye.
Partnerships and Professional Corporations.
Ocular Inflammation.
Field of Vision.
Contemporary Contact Lens Practice.
How to Improve Your Vision.
A PLAN FOR ACTION—AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY 1973 DR. HENRY B. PETERS, PRESIDENT, BIRMINGHA, ALABAMA
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