Papers myopia


Abiose, A., Bhar, I.S., and Allanson, M.A. 1980. The ocular health status of postprimary school children in Kaduna, Nigeria: Report of a survey. Journal of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus 17(5):337-340. [PubMed]
Adams, A.J. 1987. Adult onset myopia: evidence for axial length elongation not corneal curvature increase as the basis. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 64(2):150-2. [PubMed]
Agnew, C., and Williams A. 1877. Near sightedness in the public schools. New York Medical Record 12:34-36.
Alsbirk, P.H. 1979. Refraction in adult West Greenland Eskimos. Acta Ophthalmologica 57(1):84-95. [PubMed]
Angle, J., and Wissmann, D.A. 1980. a The epidemiology of myopia. American Journal of Epidemiology3(2):220-228. [PubMed]
1980. b Myopia and corrective lenses. Social Science and Medicine 14A(6):473-479. [PubMed]
Ashton, G.C. 1985. Segregation analysis of ocular refraction and myopia. Human Heredity 35:232-239. [PubMed]
Ask, F. 1904. Studien uber die Myopie in den Vollstandigen hoheren lehanstalten fur knaben Schwednes. Nordisk Medicinhistorisk Arslbok. 37: afd.1, nr.10, p.1-70 (117).
1925. A contribution to the question of the frequency of school myopia in Sweden. Acta Ophthalmologica 3:108-120.
Baldwin, W.R. 1957. A serial study of refractive status in youth. American Journal of Optometry & Archives of the American Academy of Optometry 34:486-490. [PubMed]
1962. Corneal curvature changes in high myopia vs. corneal curvature changes in low myopia. American Journal of Optometry & Archives of the American Academy of Optometry 39(6):349-354. [PubMed]
1964. The relationship between axial length of the eye and certain other anthropometric measures of myopes. American Journal of Optometry & Archives of the American Academy of Optometry 41(9):513-522. [PubMed]
1967. Clinical research and procedures in refraction. Pages 39-59 in M. J. Hirsch, editor. (ed.) Synopsis of the Refractive State of the Eye: A Symposium. Burgess Publishing Co.: Minneapolis, Minnesota.
1981. A review of statistical studies of relations between myopia and ethnic, behavioral, and physiological characteristics. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 58(7):516-527. [PubMed]
Baldwin, W.R., West, D., Jolley, J., and Reid, W. 1969. Effects of contact lenses on refractive corneal and axial length changes in young myopes. American Journal of Optometry & Archives of the American Academy of Optometry 46(12):903-911. [PubMed]
Banerjee, J. 1933. School myopia. Proceedings of the All-India Ophthalmological Society (3):158-172.
Banks, M.S. 1980. Infant refraction and accommodation. International Ophthalmology Clinic 20:205-232. [PubMed]
Bannon, R.E. 1947. Use of cycloplegics in refraction. American Journal of Optometry & Archives of the American Academy of Optometry 24:513. [PubMed]
Barfoed, P. 1953. On the prognosis in excessive myopia. Acta Ophthalmologica 31:271. [PubMed]
Basu, S.K., and Jindal, A. 1983. Genetic aspects of myopia among the Shia Muslim Dawoodi Bohras of Oadipur, Rajsthan. Human Heredity 33(3):163-169. [PubMed]
Bear, J.C., and Richler, A. 1982. Environmental influences on ocular refraction. American Journal of Epidemiology 115(1):138-142. [PubMed]
Beedle, S.L., and Young, F.A. 1976. Values, personality, physical characteristics, and refractive error. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 53(11):735-739. [PubMed]
Bennett, A.G., and Rabbetts R.B. 1984. Clinical visual optics. London: Butterworths. p. 434-441.
Benoit, A. 1958. Biotypology of the myopic man. Archives of Ophthalmology ( Paris: ) 18:734-752. [PubMed]
Betsch, A. 1929. Ueber die menschiche refraktoinskurve. Klinische Monatsblaetter fuer Augenheilkunde und fuer Augenartzliche Fortbildung. 82:365-379.
Bhau, T.N. 1938. Incidence of refractive errors. Proceedings of the All-India Ophthalmological Society 6:167-168.
Bielik, M., Freidman, Z., Peleg, B., and Neumann, E. 1978. Changes in refraction over a period of 3-5 years in 212 strabismic children aged one to two and a half. Metabolic Ophthalmology 2:115-117.
Bind, E. 1950. Carrying optometrical services to the Eskimos of the eastern Arctic. American Journal of Optometry & Archives of the American Academy of Optometry 47:24-31. [PubMed]
Birge, H.L. 1956. Myopia caused by prematurity. American Journal of Ophthalmology 42:292-298. [PubMed]
Bjerrum, J., and Philipsen, H. 1884. Beretninger fra ojenlaegerne. Bilag II til: Betaenkning afgivet af den under 23. juni 1882 nedsatte kommission til at tilvejebringe oplysninger om mulige sanitaere misligheder og mangler i ordningen af skilevaesenet, og til at fremkomme reed forslag til sadannes fremtidige forebyggelse. Kobenhavn.
Blegvad, O. 1918. Ueber die progression der myopie. Klinische Monatsblaetter fuer Augenheilkunde und fuer Augenartzliche Fortbildung. 60:155-181.
1927. The prognosis of excessive myopia. Acta Ophthalmologica 5(1):49-77.
Boniuk, V. 1973. Refractive problems in native peoples (The Sioux Lookout Project). Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology 8(2):229-233. [PubMed]
Borghi, R.A., and Rouse, M.W. 1985. Comparison of refraction obtained by ''near retinoscopy'' and retinoscopy under cycloplegia. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 62(3):169-172. [PubMed]
Borish, I.M. 1970. Clinical Refraction. 3rd ed. Chicago: Professional Press.
Bothman, L. 1931. The relation of the basal metabolism rate to progressive axial myopia. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 14:918.
1932. a A comparative study of homatropine and atropine cycloplegia. Archives of Ophthalmology 7:388-398.
1932. b Refraction changes in the eyes of children under six years of age. Archives of Ophthalmology 7:294.
Boynton, R.E. 1936. Variations in visual acuity among college students. Sight Saying Review 6:263.
Brown, E.V.L. 1936. Apparent increase of hyperopia up to the age of nine years. American Journal of Ophthalmology 28:845.
1938. Net average yearly changes in refraction of atropinized eyes from birth to beyond middle life. Archives of Opthalmology 19:719-734.
1942. Use-abuse theory of changes in refraction versus biologic theory. Archives of Ophthalmology 28:845-850.
1950. Comparison of refraction of strabismic eyes with that of nonstrabismic eyes from birth to the 25th year. Archives of Ophthalmology 44:357. [PubMed]
Brown, E.V.L., and Kronfeld, P. 1929. The refraction curve in the U.S. with special reference to the first two decades. Proceedings of the 13th International Congress of Ophthalmology 13:87-98.
Brown, M. 1986. Unpublished study of refractive error in United States Military Academy cadets. U.S. Military Academy, West Point.
Bucklers, M. 1953. Changes in refraction during life. British Journal of Ophthalmology 37:587-592. [PMC free article] [PubMed]
Burnett, R. 1911. University of California Publications in Physiology; 4:75.
Callan, P.A. 1875. Examination of colored school children's eyes. American Journal of Medical Sciences 69:331-339.
Castren, J.A. 1955. The significance of prematurity on the eye with reference to retrolental fibroplasia. Acta Ophthalmologica Supp. 44. [PubMed]
Castren, J.A., and Pohjola, S. 1962. Myopia and scleral rigidity. Acta Ophthalmologica 40(1):33-36. [PubMed]
Cattell, J. 1928. Dentition as a Measure of Maturity. Harvard Monographs in Education. Vol. 9: Studies in Educational Psychology and Educational Measurement. Cambridge, Mass.: Graduate School of Education, Harvard University.
Clarke, E. 1925. Genesis of myopia. Transactions of the Ophthalmology Society of the United Kingdom 45:373-382.
Cline, D., Hofstetter, H.W., and Griffin, J.R. 1980. Dictionary of Visual Science, 3rd ed. Radnor, Pennsylvania: Chilton.
Cohn, H. 1867. Untersuchen der augen yon 10060 schulkindern nebst vorsehlangen zur verbesserung der augen nachteiligen schuleinrichtungen. Eine atiologische Studie, Leipzig, Verlag yon Friederich Fleischer.
1881. Die augen der medicinstudirenden. Winer Med. Jarhresbucher i:21, Vienna.
1886. The Hygiene of the Eye in Schools. English translation, London: W.P. Turnbull, Simkin, Marshall & Co.
1892. Lehrbuch der hygiene des agues. Wien u. Leipzig.
1902. Die augen der in breslau medicin studierenden. Archives of Augenheilik unde 46:29-48.
Collard, A.C. 1881. De oogen studenten aau te rijks-universitat te utrecht. Inaug. Diss., Utrecht.
Conrad, M. 1874. Die refraction von 3036 augen yon schulkindern mit rucksicht auf den uberwiegen yon myopia. Dissertation (unpublished), University of Konigsberg.
Cook, R.C., and Glasscock, R.E. 1951. Refractive and ocular findings in the newborn. American Journal of Ophthalmology 34(10):1407-1413. [PubMed]
Crawford, H.E., and Hammond, G.E. 1949. Racial analysis of ocular defects in the schools of Hawaii. Hawaii Medical Journal 9:90-93. [PubMed]
Criswell, M.H., and Goss, D.A. 1983. Myopia development in non-human primates—A literature review. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 60(3):250-268. [PubMed]
Curtin, B.J. 1963. The pathogenesis of congenital myopia, a study of 66 cases. Archives of Ophthalmology69(2):166-173. [PubMed]
1966. Physiology and therapy of the myopias. Transactions of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology 70(3):331-339.
1970. Myopia: A review of its etiology, pathogenesis and treatment. Survey of Ophthalmology 15(1):1-17.
1979. Physiologic vs. pathologic myopia: Genetics vs. environment. Ophthalmology 86(5):681-691. [PubMed]
1985. The Myopias: Basic Science and Clinical Management. New York: Harper and Row.
Curtin, B.J., and Teng, C.C. 1958. Scleral changes in pathological myopia. Transactions of the American Academy of Ophthalmology 62:777-790. [PubMed]
Dalton, M.M. 1943. A visual survey of 5,000 school children. Journal of Educational Research 37(2):81-94.
Daubs, J.A. 1984. Some geographic, environmental and nutritive concomitants of malignant myopia. Ophthalmic Physiology Optics 4(2):143-149. [PubMed]
Derby, H. 1877. a Development of myopia among college students. Boston Medical and Surgical Journal: p. 337.
1877. b A report on the percentage of nearsight in the class of 1880 at Harvard College. Boston Medical and Surgical Journal:18:337.
1879. Influence on the refraction of four years of college life. Transactions of the American Ophthalmology Society 2:530-536. [PMC free article] [PubMed]
1880. Near sight in the young. Boston Medical and Surgical Journal 102(b):620-621.
1885. Influence on the refraction of four years of college life. Illustrated by the statistics of the last four graduating from Amherst College. Transactions of the American Ophthalmology Society 3:456-466. [PMC free article] [PubMed]
Diamond, S. 1957. Acquired myopia in airline pilots. Journal of Aviation Medicine 28:559-568. [PubMed]
Dobrowolsky, D.K. 1883. The eyes of the pupils of the Ural high-school, Wratch No. 6. Nagel's Jabresbrt19:189.
1874. Die schule and die Kurzsichnigken. Berne: Rectoratrede.
Dobson, V., Fulton, A.B., and Sebris, S.L. 1984. Cycloplegic refractions of infants and young children: The axis of astigmatism. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 25(1):83-87. [PubMed]
Dor, M.L. 1878. Etude sur l'hygiene oculaire au lycee de lyon. Lyon Medical. Cited by Cohn, H.: Hygiene of the Eye. London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1886.
Duke-Elder, S., and Abrams, D. 1970. Ophthalmic Optics and Refraction. Vol. V of System of Ophthalmology. S. Duke-Elder, editor. , ed. St. Louis: Mosby.
Dunphy, E.B., Stoll, M.R., and King, S.H. 1968. Myopia among American male graduate students. American Journal of Ophthalmology 65:518-522. [PubMed]
Durr, 1883. Die refraktion yon 414 schulern nach anwendung yon homatropin. Archives fur Ophthalmologie29(1):103.
Dzen, T. 1921. Refraction in Peking Medical College. National Medical Journal of China 6:153-160.
Ebenholtz, S.M. 1983. Accommodative hysteresis: A precursor for induced myopia. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 24:513-515. [PubMed]
1985. Hysteresis magnitude and decay rate as a function of fixation-target distance from the dark focus. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 26:269.
1986. a Potential Predictors of Adult Onset Myopia. Unpublished manuscript, State University of New York College of Optometry.
1986. b Accommodative hysteresis: Relation to resting focus. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 62:755-762. [PubMed]
Ederer, F. 1973. Shall we count number of eyes or number of subjects. Archives of Ophthalmology 89:El-E2.
Erickson, P.M. 1978. Accounting for refractive changes in orthokeratology Contacto 22 (September):9-12.
Erickson, P.M., and Thorn, F. 1977. Does refractive error change twice as fast as corneal power in orthokeratology? American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 54:581-587. [PubMed]
Erismann, G. 1871. En Beitrage zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der myopic, gestutzt aug die Untersuchung der Augen yon 4358 Schulern. Archives of Ophthalmology 17(1):1-79.
Fledelius, H.C. 1980. Ophthalmic changes from age of 10 to 18 years. A longitudinal study of sequels of low birth weight. I. Refraction. Acta Ophthalmologica 58(6):889-898. [PubMed]
1981. a Changes in refraction and eye size during adolescence—with special reference to the influence of low birth weight. Documents Ophthalmologica Proceedings Series 28:63-68.
1981. b The growth of the eye from age of 10 to 18 years. A longitudinal study including ultrasound oculometry. Documents Ophthalmologica Proceedings Series 29:211-215.
1981. c Myopia of prematurity—changes during adolescence. Documenta Ophthalmologica Proceedings Series29:217-223.
1982. a Ophthalmic changes from age 10 to 18 years. A longitudinal study of sequels to low birth weight. III. Ultrasound oculometry and keratometry of anterior eye segment. Acta Ophthalmologica 60:393-402. [PubMed]
1982. b Ophthalmic changes from age 10 to 18 years. A longitudinal study of sequels to low birth weight. IV. Ultrasound oculometry of vitreous and axial length. Acta Ophthalmologica 60:403-411. [PubMed]
1983. Is myopia getting more frequent? A cross-sectional study of 1416 Danes aged 16 years+. Acta Ophthalmologica 61(4):545-559. [PubMed]
Fleischer, B. 1907. Ueber vererbung yon kurzsichtigkeit. Ber. Ophthal Ges. 34:238-247.
Fletcher, M.C. 1964. Clinical Research Design Effect of Contact Lens on School Myopia. Paper presented at First International Conference on Myopia, September 10-13, 1964. (Reprints without page number published by Professional Press, New York.)
Fletcher, M.C., and Brandon, S. 1955. Myopia of prematurity. American Journal of Ophthalmology 40:474-481. [PubMed]
Florschutz, B. 1880. De kurzichttigkeit in den coburger schulen. Coburg.
Francois, J., and Goes, F. 1975. Oculometry of progressive myopia. Bibliography of Ophthalmology 83:277-282. [PubMed]
Fulton, A.B., Hansen, R.M., and Peterson, R.A. 1982. The relation of myopia and astigmatism in developing eyes. Ophthalmology 89(4):298-302. [PubMed]
Gardiner, P., and James, G. 1960. Association between maternal disease during pregnancy and myopia in the child. British Journal of Ophthalmology 44:172-178. [PMC free article] [PubMed]
Gawron, V.J. 1981. Differences among myopes, emmetropes, and hyperopes. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 58:753-760. [PubMed]
Gerhard, J.P. 1983. Myopia in premature infants. Bulletin of the Society of Ophthalmology Fr. 83(2):221-3. [PubMed]
Gernet, H. 1964. Compensatory behavior of corneal refraction and length of the globe in buphthalmos. Klinische Monatsblaetter fuer Augenheilkunde und fuer Augenartzliche Fortbildung. 144:429-431. [PubMed]
Gmelin, R.T. 1976. Myopia at West Point: Past and present. Military Medicine 141(8):542-543. [PubMed]
Goldschmidt, E. 1968. On the etiology of myopia. Acta Ophthalmologica Supplement 98. Munksgaard, Copenhagen. [PubMed]
Goldstein, J., Vukcevich, D., Paolino, J., and Diamond, H.S. 1971. Myopia and dental caries. Journal of the American Medical Association 219(8):1572-1573. [PubMed]
Goodson, R.A. 1983. Refractive Error Changes in Air Force Academy Cadets. Unpublished study. U.S.A.F. School of Aerospace Medicine, Radiation Sciences Division, Brooks Air Force Base, Texas 78235.
Goss, D.A. 1982. Attempts to reduce the rate of increase of myopia in young people—a critical literature review. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 59(10):828-841. [PubMed]
1984. Overcorrection as a means of slowing myopic progression. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 61(2):85-93. [PubMed]
1985. Refractive status and premature birth. Optometric Monthly 76(3):109-111.
1986. a Characteristics of myopia progression. In M.C. Flora, editor; and T.P. Grosvenor, editor. , eds., Myopia and Other Refractive Errors: The Writings of Frank W. Weymouth and Monroe J. Hirsch. London: Butterworths.
1986. b Effect of biofocal lenses on the rate of childhood myopia progression. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 63(2):135-141. [PubMed]
Goss, D.A., and Cox, V.D. 1985. Trends in the change of clinical refractive error in myopia progression. Journal of the American Optometric Association 56(8):608-613. [PubMed]
Goss, D.A., and Criswell, M.H. 1981. Myopia development in experimental animals—a literature review. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 58(10):859-869. [PubMed]
Goss, D.A., and Erickson, P.M. 1987. Meridional corneal components of myopia progression in young adults and children. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 64:475-481. [PubMed]
Goss, D.A., Erickson, P., and Cox, V.D. 1985. Prevalence and pattern of adult myopia progression in a general optometric practice population. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 62(7):470-477. [PubMed]
Goss, D.A., and Winkler, R.L. 1983. Progression of myopia in youth: Age of cessation. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 60(8):651-658. [PubMed]
Graham, M.V., and Gray, O.P. 1963. Refraction of premature babies' eyes. British Medical Journal 1:1452-1454. [PMC free article] [PubMed]
Greene, M.R. 1970. Submarine myopia in the Minutemen. Journal of the American Optometric Association41:1012-1016.
Grosvenor, T. 1970. a Refractive state, intelligence test scores and academic ability. American Journal of Optometry Archives of the American Academy of Optometry 47(5):355-361. [PubMed]
1970. b Refractive error distribution in New Zealand's Polynesian and European children. American Journal of Optometry & Archives of the American Academy of Optometry 47(9):673-679. [PubMed]
1977. a A longitudinal study of refractive changes between ages 20 and 40—Part 1: Mean changes and distribution curves. Optometric Weekly 68:386-389.
1977. b A longitudinal study of refractive changes between ages 20 and 40—Part 2: Changes for individual subjects. Optometric Weekly 68:415-419.
1977. c A longitudinal study of refractive changes between ages 20 and 40—Part 3: Statistical analysis of data. Optometric Weekly 68:455-457.
1980. Can myopia be controlled? Part 4: The use of bifocals. Optometric Monthly 71:620-622.
1982. Primary Care Optometry: A Clinical Manual. Chicago: Professional Press.
1986. Prevalence of Refractive Errors in the Vanuatu Tribe of New Zealand. Unpublished manuscript, University of Houston College of Optometry.
1987. A review and suggested classification system for myopia on the basis of age-related prevalence and age of onset. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 64(7):545-554. [PubMed]
Grosvenor, T., Perrigin, D.M., Perrigin, J., and Maslovitz B. 1987. Houston myopia control study: A randomized clinical trial. Part II. Final report by the patient care team. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 64(7):482-498. [PubMed]
Guttman, E. 1902. Klinische-statistische beitrage zur aetiologi der hochgradigen kurgsichtigkeit. Albrecht Von Graefes Archives of Ophthalmology 54:268.
Gwiazda, J., Scheiman, M., Mohindra, I., and Held, R. 1984. Astigmatism in children: Changes in axis and amount from birth to six years. Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Sciences 25(1):88-92. [PubMed]
Hadlow, H. 1883. Shortsight amongst boys of the Greenwich hospital school. British Medical Journal: May 5. [PMC free article] [PubMed]
Halasa, A.H., and McLaren, D.S. 1964. The refractive state of malnourished children. Archives of Ophthalmology 71:827-831. [PubMed]
Hansen, W. 1883. Welche refraction ist in 10 his 15 lebensjahre die vorherrschende. Klinische Monatsblaetter fuer Augenheilkunde und fuer Augenartzliche Fortbildung. 21(5):196.
Harman, N.B. 1936. The findings of eye examinations. British Medical Journal 2(suppl.):214.
Hayden, R. 1941. Development and prevention of myopia at the United States Naval Academy. Archives of Ophthalmology 25(4):539-541.
Hayden, R., and Goss, O.R. 1940. Visual deficiency—incidence at the United States Naval Academy and measures taken for its reduction. U.S. Naval Medical Bulletin 38:252-276.
Heard, T., Reber, N., Levi, D., and Allen, D. 1976. The refractive status of Zuni Indian children. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics 53(3):120-123. [PubMed]
Heinonen, O. 1924. Ueber die refraktion bei eineiigen zweillingen, speziell in hinsicht der asymmetrischen falle. Acta Ophthalmologica 2:35-53.
1928. Factors in the development of myopia. Acta Ophthalmologica 6:238-250.
1934. Weitere studien uber die schulmyopie. Acta Ophthalmologica (Copenhagen) 12:110-121.
Hess, C. 1903. Die anomalien der refraktion und akkommodation des auges. In A. Graefe, editor; and T. Saemisch, editor. , eds., Handbuch der gesamten Augenheilkunde. 2. ed., vol. 8, II. Leipzig: Wilhelm Engelmann.
Hess, C., and Diedricks, C. 1894. Skiaskopische schuluntersuchunger. Albrecht Von Graefes Archives of Ophthalmology 29:1-13.
Hirsch, M.J. 1950. A skiascopic procedure for visual screening surveys. American Journal of Optometry & Archives of American Academy of Optometry 27(12):587-591. [PubMed]
1952. The changes in refraction between the ages of 5 and 14, theoretical and practical considerations . American Journal of Optometry & Archives of the American Academy of Optometry 29:445-459. [PubMed]
1953. Sex differences in the incidence of various grades of myopia. American Journal of Optometry Archives of American Academy of Optometry 30(3):135-138. [PubMed]
1957. The relationship between measles and myopia. American Journal of Optometry & Archives of the American Academy of Optometry 34(6):229-237.
1958. Changes in refractive state after the age of forty-five. American Journal of Optometry & Archives of the American Academy of Optometry 35(5):12-21. [PubMed]
1959. The relationship between refractive state of the eye and intelligence test scores. American Journal of Optometry & Archives of the American Academy of Optometry 36(1):229-237. [PubMed]
1961. A longitudinal study of refractive state of children during the first six years of school. American Journal of Optometry & Archives of the American Academy of Optometry 38:564-571. [PubMed]
1963. The refraction of children. Pp. 145-172 in M.J. Hirsch, editor; and R.E. Wick, editor. , eds., Vision of Children. Philadelphia: Chilton.
1964. a The longitudinal study in refraction. American Journal of Optometry & Archives of the American Academy of Optometry 41(3):137-141. [PubMed]
1964. b Predictability of refraction at age 14 on the basis of testing at age 6—interim report from the Ojai longitudinal study of refraction . American Journal of Optometry & Archives of the American Academy of Optometry 41(10):567-573. [PubMed]
Hirsch, M.J., editor. , ed. 1967. Synopsis of the Refractive State of the Eye, a Symposium. American Academy of Optometry Series. Minneapolis, Minn.: Burgess Publishing Company.
Hirsch, M.J. and Ditmars, D.L. 1969. Refraction of young myopes and their parents—a reanalysis. American Journal of Optometry Archives of the American Academy of Optometry 46(1):30-32. [PubMed]
Hirsch, M.J., and Levin J.M. 1973. Myopia and dental caries. American Journal of Optometry & Archives of the American Academy of Optometry 50(6):484-488. [PubMed]
Hofstetter, H.W. 1954. Some interrelationships of age, refraction, and rate of refractive change. American Journal of Optometry & Archives of the American Academy of Optometry 31:161-169. [PubMed]
Holm, E. 1925. Investigations of myopia in Danish secondary schools. Acta Ophthalmologica 3:121-130.
Horstmann, 1879. Ueber refractions-verholtnisse von kindern. Klinische Monatsblaetter fuer Augenheilkunde und fuer Augenartzliche Fortbildung. Supl.
1884. Die refractions-vrhaltnisse des menschlichen auges bis zum sechsten lebensjahre, her. u.d. Versammlung d. ophth. gesel. 16, Heidelberg.
Houston, J.W. 1972. A Comparison of New Cadets at U.S. Military Academy With Entering Freshmen at Other Colleges—Class of 1975. IB4.03-72-030. Office of Institutional Research, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, New York.
Howland, H.C., and Sayles, N. 1984. Photorefractive measurements of astigmatism in infants and young children. Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Sciences 25(1):93-102. [PubMed]
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