Presentations

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1998

Bahoshy LP, Simpson TL, Situ P, Fonn D. In vivo contact lens drying reduces contrast sensitivity and increases measurement variability. Optom Vis Sci 1998;75,12s:169.

Begley CG, Caffery B, Kinney KA, Portello J, Davis L, Simpson T, Chalmers R, Dry Eye Investigation Group . Results of a dry eye questionnaire (DEQ) from optometric practices in the United States and Canada. Optom Vis Sci 1998;75,12s:65.

Caffery B, Begley CG, Kinney KA, Portello J, Davis L, Simpson T, Chalmers R, Dry Eye Investigation Group. Dry eye symptoms in contact lens wear based on clinical diagnosis. Optom Vis Sci 1998;75,12s:63.

Chan AA, Simpson TL, du Toit R, Fonn D. Glare shadow test: evaluation of a novel glare-halo test. Optom Vis Sci 1998;75,12s:171.

du Toit R, Fonn D, Simpson TL. Recovery from hyperemia after overnight wear of hydrogel lenses. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 1998;39,4:s336.

du Toit R, Vega JA, Simpson TL, Fonn D. Diurnal variation of corneal thickness, sensitivity and temperature. Optom Vis Sci 1998;75,12s:82.

Dumbleton K. New Approaches to the Assessment of Subjective Responses in Contact Lens Wearers. European Symposium on Contact Lenses (Prague, Czech Republic), 1998.

Dumbleton K. Multidimensional Ocular Comfort Scaling of Ophthalmic Drops in a Dry Eye Population. CCLR 10th Anniversary Symposium, University of Waterloo (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada), 1998.

Dumbleton K, Richter D, Fonn D, Chalmers R. Refractive and keratometric changes following extended wear. Optom Vis Sci 1998;75,12s:170.

Dumbleton K, Richter D, Simpson T, Fonn D, Chalmers R. A comparison of the vascular response to extended wear of conventional lower Dk and experimental high Dk hydrogel contact lenses. Optom Vis Sci 1998;75,12s:170.

Fonn D, du Toit R, Vega JA, Simpson T. Apparent sympathetic response of the contralateral non-lens wearing eyes after overnight contact lens wear in the fellow eye. Fourth Biomedical Optics and Implant Colloquim, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, University of Miami, Florida, 1998.

Fonn D, du Toit R, Vega JA, Simpson TL, Chalmers R. Apparent sympathetic response of contralateral nonlens wearing eyes after overnight lens wear in the fellow eye. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 1998;39,4:s336.

Jones D, Jones L, Franklin V, Tonge S, Tighe B. Multi-purpose solution effects on the clinical performance and spoilation of daily-wear monthly planned replacement contact lenses. Optom Vis Sci 1998;75,12s:276.

Jones D, Jones L, Franklin V, Tonge S, Tighe B. Multi-purpose solution effects on the clinical performance and spoilation of daily-wear monthly planned replacement contact lenses. B&L ERS Symposium (Prague), 1998.

Jones D, Jones L, Franklin V, Tonge S, Tighe B. Multi-purpose solution effects on the clinical performance and spoilation of daily-wear monthly planned replacement contact lenses. Tenth Symposium on the Material Science and Chemistry of Contact Lenses (New Orleans), 1998.

Jones L. Contact lens materials - same or different?. Contact Lens & Anterior Eye 1998;21,4:125.

Jones L. Continuous wear vs single-use daily disposables: Practitioner & patient perspectives. Contact Lens & Anterior Eye 1998;21,4:128.

Jones L . The influence of tear and non-tear derived surface active components on the wettability of group IV hydrogel lenses. B&L European Conference (Prague), 1998.

Jones L, Evans K, Mann A, Tighe B. Inter- and intra-subject variability in the deposition of group II and group IV single-use daily disposable contact lenses. Optom Vis Sci 1998;75,12s:164.

Jones L, Franklin V, Evans K, Mann A, Tighe BJ. The influence of NVP on the deposition performance of Group IV hydrogel materials. Optom Vis Sci 1998;75,12s:163.

Jones L, Franklin V, Evans K, Mann A, Tighe BJ. The influence of NVP on the deposition performance of Group IV hydrogel materials. B&L ERS (Prague), 1998.

Jones L, Franklin V, Evans K, Mann A, Tighe BJ. The influence of NVP on the deposition performance of Group IV hydrogel materials. Tenth Symposium on the Material Science and Chemistry of Contact Lenses (New Orleans), 1998.

Jones L, Norris A. Continuous wear vs single-use daily disposables: Practitioner and patient perspectives in the UK. Optom Vis Sci 1998;75,12s:186.

Jones L, Norris A. Continuous wear vs single-use daily disposables: Practitioner and patient perspectives in the UK. B&L ERS (Prague), 1998.

Jones L, Norris A. Continuous wear vs single-use daily disposables: Practitioner and patient perspectives in the UK. Tenth Symposium on the Material Science and Chemistry of Contact Lenses (New Orleans), 1998.

Jones L, Tonge S, Goodall S, Tighe B. The influence of tear and non-tear derived surface active components on the wettability of group IV hydrogel lenses. Optom Vis Sci 1998;75,12s:274.

Jones L, Tonge S, Goodall S, Tighe B. The influence of tear and non-tear derived surface active components on the wettability of group IV hydrogel lenses. Tenth Symposium on the Material Science and Chemistry of Contact Lenses (New Orleans), 1998.

Mann A, Jones L, Tighe B. The impact of daily disposability on the deposition of immuno-regulatory proteins. Tenth Symposium on the Material Science and Chemistry of Contact Lenses, New Orleans, 1998.

Pritchard N, Fonn D. Prevalence of “clear” corneas in potential clinical trial participants. Optom Vis Sci 1998;75,12s:161.

Simpson T, Bhoola D. Interocular suppression of Gaussian blur is local. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 1998;39,4:s397.

Simpson T, Chan A, Fonn D. Measuring ocular redness: first order (luminance and chromaticity) measurements provide more information than second order (spatial structure) measurements. Optom Vis Sci 1998;75,12s:279.

Simpson T, Fonn D, Orsborn G. Measuring ocular discomfort: metric scaling of typical analogue scores reveals at least 2 dismensions of discomfort of ophthalmic drops. Optom Vis Sci 1998;75,12s:67.

Situ P, Simpson TL. Multidimensional scaling of Snellen optotype confusion and Fourier spectra. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 1998;39,4:s411.

Sorbara L, Chong T, Higazy MT, Fonn D. Visual acuity of keratoconic eyes as a function of RGP contact lens base curves. Optom Vis Sci 1998;75,12s:173.

Tonge S, Goodall S, Rai H, Jones L, Tighe B. Validation of an in vitro model for studying the persistence of surfactants on the surface of group II and IV hydrogel contact lenses. Contact Lens & Anterior Eye 1998;21,4:138.