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Prentice Memorial Lecture: Is the Animal Model for Stimulus Deprivation Amblyopia in Children Valid or Useful?
Carel C. Koch Memorial Lecture: Another New Responsibility for Health Professionals
The Development of a Standardized Data Base at the University Optometric Center of the State College of Optometry, State University of New York
Experience with Computer-Based Clinical Data at the University of Alabama School of Dentistry
Issues in the Development and Application of Standardized Data Sets
Use of Standardized Data in Vision Research
Development of a Standardized Data Base for Clinical Evaluation
Development of a Standardized Data Base
Contact Lens-Induced Corneal Epithelial Injury
Electrophysiological Evidence of Adaptation to Colored Filters
Results of Intensive CAM Grating Treatment in a Strabismic Amblyope
A Comparison of Clinical Refractive Data Obtained by Three Examiners
Why Is Ocular Astigmatism Regular?
Clinical Implications of Reported Timolol-lnduced Side Effects
Monroe J. Hirsch, O.D., Ph.D. (1917–1982)
PHORIA MEASUREMENTS USING CHROMATIC TARGETS