E I Goodlaw

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  • E I Goodlaw
  • Optometry and vision science : official…
  • 1996
Although the risks associated with extended wear contact lenses are well-known, there has not been an adequate explanation of why sleeping with the lenses on increases the risk of infection. It is contended that the reduction in the available oxygen caused by contact lenses does not in itself explain the high rate of corneal infection caused by wearing the(More)
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  • American journal of optometry and physiological…
  • 1982
For those with large field defects, employing totally reflecting mirrors or prisms to reflect information from non-seen areas also blocks out areas within the remaining functional field. A patient with large field defects commonly resists further encroachment upon any part of his limited field. Employing a 30 percent reflectance mirror retains the remaining(More)
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  • American journal of optometry and physiological…
  • 1981
Presbyopia brings special seeing problems for an emmetropic optometrist. Incorporating the bifocal into a half-glass offers several advantages. The best parameters for this spectacle form are derived from experience, and also by comparing it to single-vision half-glasses, bifocals, and trifocals. Particular facility in both prescribing and fabricating(More)
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  • Journal of the American Optometric Association
  • 1988
The increasing aging segment of our population presents both a challenge and an opportunity for optometry. The challenge is to provide sufficient manpower skilled in the problems of the aging and to assure participation in any therapeutic program. The opportunity is to help those with maculopathy to achieve the required visual performance. This entails(More)
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  • Journal of the American Optometric Association
  • 1985
No visual examination can be considered complete without visual field investigation. Garmizo suggests at least a hand confrontation, and Goodlaw urges a refinement of this procedure using a wand with a 3" by 3" background to a 3mm target. There is also a question of body clues to hand location when the hand is the target. This suggested procedure(More)