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Ocular Response to Lens Care Systems in Adolescent Soft Contact Lens Wearers
The purpose of this 3-year prospective study is to compare high school-aged subjects, randomized into wearing soft contact lenses and spectacles, in terms of ocular health, refractive status, andExpand
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Alliance Contracting in Australia: a brief introduction
The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and may not be supported by other alliance practitioners and commentators. Readers are free to distribute copies of thisExpand
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Acute and long-term outcomes of radio frequency bladder neck suspension.
PURPOSE A new treatment modality for women with stress urinary incontinence secondary to urethral hypermobility is radio frequency bladder neck suspension. Radio frequency energy is a form ofExpand
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Will young children comply and follow instructions to successfully wear soft contact lenses?
We fit eighty-five children between the ages of 11 years and 13 years, 11 months with soft contact lenses to study safety of soft contact lens wear in children. We report the results at 6 months of aExpand
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Visual performance and patient preference: a comparison of anti-reflection coated and uncoated spectacle lenses.
  • J. Ross, A. Bradley
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Journal of the American Optometric Association
  • 1 June 1997
BACKGROUND Anti-reflection (AR) coatings of spectacle lenses are designed to reduce the reflected images often found in uncoated lenses. This study examined the visual impact of a specific ARExpand
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Système et procédé de réduction de bruit
Cette invention propose un procede de reduction de bruit qui utilise une logique numerique pour estimer la valeur du bruit dans un systeme de reception et pour eliminer le bruit. Une valeur de sondeExpand
The radiographic opacity in the lower alveolar bone.
  • Jim Ross
  • Medicine
  • Texas dental journal
  • 2007