Monday, January 3, 2011

The Latest from the AOA journal, Optometry

The journal of the American Optometric Association, OPTOMETRY, offers a wide variety of high quality articles for the nation's 30,000 + optometrists. Articles in this month's edition are noted below. Click on the title above to learn more. DM.


Editor's Perspective

It’s that time of year…resolutions
Paul B. Freeman


Health Notes Hope for keratoconus
Byron Y. Newman

Medical Abstracts

Clinical implications of contact lens surface deposits
Mile Brujic

A Paraoptometric View
A new option for paraoptometrics
Jill Luebbert

Guidelines for Authors

Iatrogenically induced Stevens-Johnson syndrome after a car accident
Julie K. Hutchinson, Andrew S. Gurwood


Clinical findings and management of conjunctival intraepithelial neoplasia
Kathryn D. Nelson, John J. McSoley

Mantle cell lymphoma of the maxillary sinus invading the orbit
Alissa D. Nagel-Esposito, Brian Kawasaki, Russell Jew, Lane Fujimoto

Public Health
Malpractice payments by optometrists: An analysis of the national practitioner databank over 18 years
Robert S. Duszak, Richard Duszak

Literature Review

A review of hyaluronan and its ophthalmic applications
Marjorie J. Rah

Practice Strategies

Practitioner attitudes on children and contact lenses
Christine W. Sindt, Colleen M. Riley

Electronic health records definitions and acronyms
American Optometric Association

To sign or not to sign: recognizing insurance contracts as business decisions
Charles B. Brownlow

Should you take the plunge into social media?
Nathan Bonilla-Warford

Medicare coding
American Optometric Association

Building a successful practice is a team sport
Gary Gerber

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