OVS Announces

The OVS Announces provides a sneak peek at next month's journal content published in Optometry and Vision Science journal.

October Issue

Coming in the October 2019 issue of Optometry & Vision Science

Here are brief highlights. The online copy will be available in early October.
Michael Twa, OD, PhD, FAAO


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Veterans Affairs Low-Vision Intervention Trial (LOVIT) II: One-year Follow-up

Joan Stelmack, Charlene Tang, Yongliang Wei, Kenneth Rose, Rex Ballinger, Olga Whitman, Connie Chronister, Scott Sayers, and Robert Massof

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Validation of a Clinical Aberrometer Employing Pyramidal Wavefront Sensing

Neeraj Kumar Singh, Matt Jaskulski, Viswanathan Ramasubramanian, Dawn Meyer, Olivia Reed, Martin Rickert, Arthur Bradley, and Pete S. Kollbaum
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Assessing the Validity of Measurements of Swept-source and Partial Coherence Interferometry Devices in Cataract Patients

Reza Ghaffari, Raziyeh Mahmoudzadeh, S. Saeed Mohammadi, Mirataollah Salabati, Golshan Latifi, and Hamed Ghassemi
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Anterior Chamber Angle Evaluation Using Gonioscopy: Consistency and Agreement between Optometrists and Ophthalmologists

Jack Phu, Henrietta Wang, Sieu K. Khuu, Barbara Zangerl, Michael P. Hennessy, Katherine Masselos, and Michael Kalloniatis
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Assessing Variability in Reading Performance with the New Greek Standardized Reading Speed Texts (IReST)

Angeliki Gleni, Emmanouil Ktistakis, Miltiadis K. Tsilimbaris, Panagiotis Simos, Susanne Trauzettel-Klosinski, and Sotiris Plainis
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Standardization of Reading Charts - A Review of Recent Developments

Wolfgang Radner
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Topical Review: Retinally Induced Aniseikonia

Robert Rutstein and Debra Currie

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Topical Review: Effects of Contact Lens Wear on Corneal, Conjunctival and Lid Margin Sensitivity

Fiona Stapleton, Cecilia Chao, and Blanka Golebiowski
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Case Series: Slight Intraocular Lens Malpositioning as a Potential Cause of Vision Loss

Xianfang Rong, Ao Miao, Jifeng Yu, Yu Du, Wenwen He, Yi Lu, and Xiangjia Zhu