Journal Contents

Am Jour Ophthalmol
Br J Ophthalmol
Can J Ophthalmol
J Cat Ref Surg
Curr Eye Res
Eur J Ophthalmol
J Glaucoma
JAMA Ophthalmol
Graefes Ophthalmol
Indian J Ophthalmol
Int Ophthalmol Clin
Invest Ophth Vis Sci
Jpn J Ophthalmol
Korean J Ophthal
J Neuroophthalmol
Ophthalmic Epidemiol
Ophthalmic Genet
Ophthal Plast Rec Surg
Ophthalmic Res
Surv Ophthalmol
Ophthalmology Review Journal
Established 1995


  • Topical cyclosporin A in the management of postkeratoplasty glaucoma.
    Perry HD, Donnenfeld ED, Kanellopoulos AJ, Grossman GA
    Cornea 1997 May;16(3):284-288
    Appears to be a viable second choice for post PKP patients, especially for the steriod responders.
  • Optic disc hemorrhages in a population with and without signs of glaucoma.
    Healey PR, Mitchell P, Smith W, Wang JJ
    Ophthalmology 1998 Feb;105(2):216-223
    Drance was a little off track perhaps?
  • Cystoid macular edema and anterior uveitis associated with latanoprost use. Experience and incidence in a retrospective review of 94 patients.
    Warwar RE, Bullock JD, Ballal D
    Ophthalmology 1998 Feb;105(2):263-268
    6.4% ant. uveitis and 2.1% CME. Can this be true?
  • Venous Obstruction As The Cause Of Retinal/Choroidal Dysfunction Associated With Arteriovenous Shunts In The Cavernous Sinus
    Kupersmith MJ. Vargas EM. Warren F. Berenstein A.
    Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology. 16(1):1-6, 1996 Mar.
    New theory, same treatment. If you could analyze the blood in those dilated conjunctival vessels, and you found venous blood at intraocular pressure, this mechanism will be proven.
  • Fibrin glue: an alternative method of wound closure in glaucoma surgery.
    O'Sullivan F; Dalton R; Rostron CK
    J Glaucoma 1996 Dec;5(6):367-70
    Super-glue to the rescue.
  • Use of antifibrosis agents and glaucoma drainage devices in the American and Japanese Glaucoma Societies.
    Chen PP; Yamamoto T; Sawada A; Parrish RK 2nd; Kitazawa Y
    J Glaucoma 1997 Jun;6(3):192-6
    Mitomycin and 5-FU have gained wide acceptance.
    Mora JS. Cevallos V. Whitcher JP.
    Journal of Glaucoma. 5(6):371-374, 1996 Dec
    Contamination can occur with multiple uses.
  • Latanoprost, a Prostaglandin Analog, for Glaucoma Therapy: Efficacy and Saftery after 1 Year of Treatment in 198 patients
    Camras et al and the Latanoprost Study Group
    Ophthalmology 1996;103(11):1916-1924
    One drop a day still effective for most after a year...
  • Optic Nerve Head Topography in Ocular Hypertensive Eyes Using Confocal Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscopy
    Zangwill et al
    Am J Ophthalmol, 122(4); 520-5
    This new tool may soon replace optic disc photos...
  • Optic Disc Hemorrhages and Progression of Glaucoma
    Sienger S. Netland P.
    Ophthalmology, July, 1996;103:1014-1024
    Araujo SV. Bond JB. Wilson RP. Moster MR. Schmidt CM. Spaeth GL.
    British Journal of Ophthalmology. 79(12):1098-1101, 1995 Dec.
  • Comparison of Latanoprost and Timolol in Patients with Ocular Hypertension and Glaucoma: A Six-month, Masked, Multicenter Trial in the United States
    Camras, C., the U.S. Latanoprost Study Group
    Ophthalmology, 1996;103:138-147
  • Incomplete Elimination of Exercise-Induced Pigment Dispersion by Laser Iridotomy in Pigment DispersionSyndrome
    William L. Haynes, M.D., Wallace L.M. Alward, M.D., Celso Tello, M.D., Jeffrey M. Liebmann, M.D., Robert Ritch, M.D.
    Ophthalmic Surg, 1995;26:484-486
  • Experience with the Baerveldt Glaucoma Implant in Treating Neovascular Glaucoma
    Lloyd MA. Baerveldt G. Heuer DK. Minckler DS. Martone JF
    Ophthalmology ,July, 1995;102(7):1107-1118
  • Treatment of Postfiltration Bleb Leaks with Autologous Blood
    M. Fran Smith, MD, Raymond G. Magauran, III, MD, Janet Betchkal, MD, J. William Doyle, MD, PhD
    Ophthalmology 1995;102:868-871
  • Exfoliation Syndrome: Clinical Findings and Occurrence in Patients with Occludable Angles
    Robert Ritch, M.D. Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc, excerpt 1944, XCII:845-944
  • The Glaucoma Flow Sheet
    a non-profit gift to Ophthalmology from John Tanton, M.D.