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  • Ferris Institute. Office of the President. (1951-11-12)
  • Ferris Institute. Office of the President. (1951-11-19)
  • Ferris Institute. Office of the President. (1951-11-26)
  • Ferris Institute. Office of the President. (1951-12-17)
  • Ferris Institute. Office of the President. (1951-12-31)
  • Ferris Institute. Office of the President. (1951-12-31)
  • Fortenbacher, Dan L. (1979-04-21)
    One of the newest advancements in the treatment and control of giaucoma is timolol maleate. Timolol maleate is described as a nonselective blocking agent of B1, and B2 adrenergic receptors. When applied topically to the ...
  • Hemming, John P. (1979-05-01)
    Our present method of color perimetry is definitely not worth the effort envolved except in special circumstances. The most useful colors are red and blue, noting chromatic endpoints in conditions such as tobacco amblyopia, ...
  • Jackson, Wayne (1979-05-01)
    The purpose of this project is three-fold: 1) to set up a biodiagnostic laboratory and write a procedures manual 2) to allow for culturing and smears of ocular pathogens to aid in diagnosis and amelioration of patient ...
  • Buckingham, William J.; Finn, John A. (1979-05-01)
    It was found clinically that when a group of patients with astigmatic spectacle corrections tilted their heads toward either shoulder, many reported a subjective blurring of the visual acuity chart. The mechanism of this ...
  • Fidler, Craig (1979-05-01)
    In the course of clinical optometric practice, optometrists often encounter pa tients with elevated IOP and must conclude if this is merely a normal find or pathological. The most accepted philosophy at present in making ...
  • Maystead, Suzanne R. (1979-05-01)
    The pupil is a circular opening in the center of the iris, its shape and size controlled by the iris. Usually three to four milimeters in diameter in normal room light, it may reach eight to nine milimeters when maxirnimly ...
  • Kohler, P. David (1979-05-02)
    The importance of photographs in ocular diagnosis is obvious. Not only do photographs provide a document of the appearance of the lesion or a condition, but they also provide a valuable means for comparison with the ...
  • Hopkins, Douglas (1979-05-04)
    The purpose of this paper shall be to probe the many aspects of corticosteroid therapy, with special Attention to ocular steroid therapy. Some of the general concepts of the adrenocortical system will be presented, as well ...
  • Barnhart, James (1979-05-04)
    The scope of optometric care in clinical and educational settings is quite broad, but in private practice it is rarely possible for an optometrist to offer this full range of service. A majority offer contact lens services, ...
  • McClintic, David C. (1979-05-04)
    Fifty patients have their Keratometer readings compared to their refractive errors. Javal's rule is applied to investigate if this can be used clinically to determine the patient's correcting cylinder. The purpose of this ...
  • Labaza, John F. (1979-05-04)
    A study was performed to determine the water content by weight and base curve changes of polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA), and cellulose acetate butyrate (CAB) with a hydration period of 0 to 168 hours.
  • Hale, Richard M. (1980-01-01)
    The traditionally used clinical method for determining a patients stereo acuity over the past several years has been the Titmus Stereo Fly Test. Some concerns over the dependability and reliability of this test have been ...
  • Arnold, Bruce (1980-01-08)
    The purpose of this paper was to investigate the use of the electroencephalographic occipital alpha wave for optometric analysis. Exploration of the theory and relevant literature was combined with firsthand recording and ...
  • Cole, Charles H. (1980-01-31)
    Third party vision care payment plans have become increasingly more popular in recent years, especially since the inclusion of such benefit plans in the UAW benefit packages in 1977. Since their introduction, these benefit ...