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Laser and Noncoherent Light Ocular Effects: Epidemiology, Prevention, and Treatment
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 4246
Date Published: 17 May 2001
Softcover: 20 papers (192) pages
ISBN: 9780819439246

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Untoward effects of high-dose methylprednisolone therapy on blood-retinal barrier closure, retinal hole repair, and long-term scarring
Author(s): Steven T. Schuschereba; Jeremiah Brown; Bruce E. Stuck; John Marshall
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Clinical features of laser-induced macular holes as imaged by optical coherence tomography (OCT)
Author(s): Jeremiah Brown; Harry Zwick; Steven T. Schuschereba; Bruce E. Stuck
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Accidental injury to the human retina from a picosecond Ti:sapphire laser
Author(s): Jeremiah Brown; David J. Lund; Bruce E. Stuck
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Automated PRL measurements using a confocal laser ophthalmoscope
Author(s): Steven F. Barrett; Harry Zwick
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Ocular hazards of Q-switched blue wavelength lasers
Author(s): David J. Lund; Peter R. Edsall; Bruce E. Stuck
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Comparative study of ocular damage thresholds from continuous-wave and femtosecond mode-locked lasers
Author(s): Robert J. Thomas; Gary D. Noojin; David J. Stolarski; Rebecca M. Hall; Clarence P. Cain; Cynthia A. Toth; Benjamin A. Rockwell
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Ocular dynamics and visual tracking performance after Q-switched laser exposure
Author(s): Harry Zwick; Bruce E. Stuck; David J. Lund; Maqsood Nawim
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Laser flash effects on tracking performance and the aversion response
Author(s): David A. Stamper; David J. Lund; Jerome W. Molchany; Bruce E. Stuck
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High-power lasers in the 1.3- to 1.4-um wavelength range: ocular effects and safety standard implications
Author(s): Joseph A. Zuclich; David J. Lund; Peter R. Edsall; Bruce E. Stuck; Gordon T. Hengst
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Corneal exposures from 1540-nm laser pulses
Author(s): William P. Roach; Thomas E. Eurell; Thomas E. Johnson
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Corneal damage thresholds for multiple-pulse exposures to 2.02-um radiation from a Tm:YAG laser
Author(s): Russell L. McCally; C. Brent Bargeron
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Concepts in dosimetry related to laser safety and optical-radiation hazard evaluation
Author(s): Karl Schulmeister
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Filtering potentially biased probit threshold estimation with multiple analyses
Author(s): Amir Langus; Camil Fuchs; Israel Gannot
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Implications of using ED-50 and probit analysis in comparing retinal injury threshold data
Author(s): David H. Sliney; John Mellerio; Karl Schulmeister
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Accuracy and relevancy of probit analysis for in vivo dose-response laser tissue experiments
Author(s): Amir Langus; Camil Fuchs; Israel Gannot
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Modeling of uncertainty associated with dose-response curves as applied for probabilistic risk assessment in laser safety
Author(s): Karl Schulmeister; Gerald Sonneck; Herbert Hoedlmoser; Frank Rattay; John Mellerio; David H. Sliney
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Use of the field-of-view evaluation apparatus (FOVEA) for laser eye protection research: capabilities, limitations, and implications
Author(s): Carita A. DeVilbiss; Elmar T. Schmeisser; William R. Ercoline; Naomi Cantu
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Effect of source intensity on the variability of eye movements during deliberate fixation
Author(s): Brian Jason Lund; Harry Zwick; David J. Lund; Bruce E. Stuck; James W. Ness
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High-energy laser systems: analytical risk assessment and probablility density functions
Author(s): Peter Alan Smith; David A. Van Veldhuizen; Garrett D Polhamus
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Morphometric comparison of the acute rabbit and pig corneal response to 1540-nm laser light following ex-vivo exposure
Author(s): Thomas E. Eurell; William P. Roach; Thomas E. Johnson
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