PUBLISHED WORKS 

 

1962

Bimanual shadow and bimanual mirror procedures. Eastern Seaboard Conference on Visual Training, 7, 16-18

1963

Functional Photophobia:  Preliminary observations from optometric analysis of 100 cases.  Eastern Seaboard Conference on Visual Training, 8, 32-51

1964

An optometric theory of the etiology and development of the functional glaucomas.  Eastern Seaboard Conference on Visual Training, 9, 30-42

1964

Transactional optometry.  Fifty-four After Ten Out.  Caldwell, NJ:  Progress Publishing for Princeton University Class of 1954, 215-220

1965

Predicting “embeddedness” and “spatial structuring” by means of fundus analysis:  Report on a pilot study.  Eastern Seaboard Conference on Visual Training, 10, 44-49

1965

The transactional development of elevated intraocular pressure:  An optometric syndrome.  Eastern Seaboard Conference on Visual Training, 11, 70-94

1966

The transactional development of elevated intraocular pressure:  An optometric syndrome.  Eastern Seaboard Conference on Visual Training, 11, 70-94

1967

Report on a pilot study of the covariance of allergy, functional photophobia and behavioral vision changes.   Eastern Seaboard Conference on Visual Training, 12, 80-93
1968 Functional photophobia:  Its phenomenology and treatment without tinted lenses.  The Bulletin of the New Jersey Academy of Science, 13(1), 94-95.  (Abstract)
1968 A report on recent research into some aspects of the problem of visual deterioration associated with reading and reading programs.  Eastern Seaboard Visual Training Conference, 13, 47-55
1968 Functional photophobia:  Its phenomenology and treatment without tinted lenses.  Eastern Seaboard Visual Training Conference, 13, 55-69b
1969 Critique on Zeiss Simultan Test.  New Jersey Journal of Optometry, 23(1), 20-21
1969 Present level of development in the practice of aniseikonia.  New Jersey Journal of Optometry, 23(2), 24-28.  Co-authored with Leslie Mintz
1969 Notes on functional photophobia:  Its phenomenology and treatment without tinted lenses.  Southern Journal of Optometry, 11(10), 13-14, 38, 40.(Reprint of lecture outline notes distributed to the Pathology Section, American Academy of Optometry, Chicago, December 11, 1967.)
1969 The phenomenology and development of functional photophobia.  American Journal of Optometry and Archives of American Academy of Optometry, 46, 779.  (Abstract)
1970 LSC inventory:  Preliminary normative studies of a new optometric quantification scale for “spatial centering.”  Eastern Seaboard Conference on Visual Training, 15, 59-61.  (Reprint of 2 of 3 pages of discussion notes distributed to the Section on Binocular Vision and Perception, American Academy of Optometry, Philadelphia, December 14, 1969, [cited, American Journal of Optometry and Archives of American Academy of Optometry, 46, 868]  and at the Washington, DC conference, May 23-25, 1970.)
1970 Prevention of adverse reaction to optometric diagnostic drugs.  New Jersey Journal of Optometry, 24(4), 14-15.
1970 OCNY researcher tells of strides in optometric clinical applications.  New Jersey Journal of Optometry, 24(4), 18-19.
1970 The Optometric Center of New York.  New Jersey Journal of Optometry, 24(5), 12-13.
1970 Functional photophobia:  Its treatment without tinted lenses. American Journal of Optometry and Archives of American Academy of Optometry, 47, 823.  Abstract)
1971 Functional Photophobia:  Its treatment without tinted lenses.  Northeast Vision Conference, 1, 9-12.  (Reprint of conference discussion outline.)
1971 Some new insights in the phenomenology, development and treatment of functional photophobia.  Eastern Seaboard Conference on Visual Training, 16, 33-46.
1972 Our challenge:  The right to know.  New Jersey Journal of Optometry, 26(2), 24.
1972 The transactional development of chronically elevated intraocular pressure with sustained reading involvement.  American Journal of Optometry and Archives of American Academy of Optometry, 49, 969.  (Abstract)
1973 Elevation of intraocular pressure with daily sustained reading and closework.  The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Spring Meeting Program,  44.  (Abstract)

1973

Elevation of intraocular pressure with daily sustained reading and closework.  Eastern Seaboard Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Visual Training, 18, 29.  (Abstract)

1973

Elevation of intraocular pressure with daily sustained reading and closework accommodation.  American Journal of Optometry and Archives of American Academy of Optometry, 50, 741.  (Abstract)
1974 A rich treasury added to series.  New Jersey Journal of Optometry, 23(3), 35.  (Review of S. Duke-Elder and K. Wybar, System of Ophthalmology. Vol. 6.  Ocular Motility and Strabismus.)
1975 BCL and HRA as behaviorally significant clinical indices in refractive evaluation.  American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics, 52, 797.  (Abstract)
1976 Checklist on Photophobia (Glare Hypersensitivity)  (Folder published and distributed by the College of Optometrists in Vision Development)
1976 Nutrition and Vision Hygiene Checklist on Myopia (Nearsightedness)  (Folder published and distributed by the College of Optometrists in Vision Development)
1976 Retinal venous logistical changes associated with vision training therapy.  Optics News, 2(3), 49.  (Abstract)
1976 Retinal venous logistical changes associated with vision training therapy.  Journal of the Optical Society of America, 66, 1091.  (Abstract)
1976 Implications of retinovascular homeostatology (RVH) in diagnosis and therapy.  American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics, 53, 566.  (Abstract)
1976 Normalization of Binocular Centering Looseness (BCL) with Vision Training (VT).  Eastern Seaboard Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Visual Training, 21, 138-140.
1977 Retinal venous logistical changes associated with vision training therapy.  Eastern Seaboard Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Visual Training, 22, 49-54.
1977 Lowering of discomfort glare threshold with daily sustained accommodation.  Journal of the Optical Society of America, 67, 1427.  (Abstract)
1977 Functional photophobia associated with daily sustained reading and closework accommodation.  General Program of the American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, p. 23, B-22.  (Abstract)
1978 Lowering of functional photophobia threshold with daily, sustained closework accommodation.  Eastern Seaboard Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Visual Training, 23, 64-78.
1978 See how nutrition can affect vision.  Optometric Management, 14(12), 33-55, 37, 39, 41, 43.
1978 Nutrition and myopia.  General Program of the American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, Joint Meeting of the Vision Science and Binocular Vision and Perception Sections, Symposium: Perspectives on Myopia.  Sunday, December 10, 1978, 10:00 AM.
1979 Depth perception relative to convergence distance.  Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 18(ARVO Suppl), 174.  Co-authored with Lloyd Kaufman.  (Abstract)
1979 Cataract control.  Optometric Management, 15(5), 21, 25.
1979 Nutrition and myopic development.  Skeffington Symposium on Vision, 24, 98.  (Abstract)
1979 What about nutrition and vision?  Eye Talk, 1(6=Nov-Dec), 10-13.
1979 Myopia triggered by sustained accommodation and deficit-inducing diets.  Journal of the Optical Society of America, 69(10), 1477.
1979 Convergence-cued depth illusion of uniocular elements.  American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics, 56(12), 808.  Co-authored with Lloyd Kaufman.  (Abstract)

1980

Elevation of intraocular pressure with daily sustained reading and closework stimulus to accommodation.  (Master’s Thesis, State University of New York, State College of Optometry, New York, NY, 1973.)  Ann Arbor, MI:  University Microfilms International, Publication No. 13-14, 525.  (132 pp.)

1980

Calcium, chromium, protein, sugar and accommodation in myopia.  Programme and Abstracts of Third International Conference on Myopia, Copenhagen, Denmark, p. 33, paper #13.  (Detailed Summary)

1980

Elevation of intraocular pressure with daily, sustained closework stimulus to accommodation, lowered tissue chromium and dietary deficiency of ascorbic acid (vitamin C).  Programme and Abstracts of Third International Conference on Myopia, Copenhagen, Denmark, P. 34, paper #14.  (Detailed Summary)
1980 Chromium and accommodative weakness.  Proceedings of the International Society for Eye Research.  Vol. I:  Abstracts, Fourth International Congress for Eye Research, p. 72.
1980 Elevation of intraocular pressure with daily sustained reading and closework stimulus to accommodation.  Masters Abstracts, 18(3).  Ann Arbor, MI:  University Microfilms International.
1980 Ocular hypertension triggered by stimulus to accommodation and deficit nutriture.  Journal of the Optical Society of America, 70(12), 1635.
1980 Ocular hypertension triggered by stimulus to accommodation and deficit nutriture.  Optics News, 6(3), 67.  (Short Abstract)
1980 Human myopia related to interaction of sustained accommodation and anomalous concentrations of chromium and calcium.  American Association for the Advancement of ScienceAbstracts of papers of the 146th national meeting, 3-8 January 1980, San Francisco, California, p. 153, No. 434.
1981 Deficit nutriture, accommodative stimulus and ocular hypertension.  American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics, 58(1), 100.  (Abstract)
1981 Elevation of intraocular pressure (IOP) with sustained stimulus to accommodation, lowered tissue chromium,* and dietary deficiency of ascorbic acid.  American Association for the Advancement of ScienceAbstracts of papers of the 147th national meeting, 3-8 January 1981, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, pp. 143-144, No. 509.  [*Presented paper included, “increased vanadium,” in title of paper.]
1981 Letter to the editor.  Optometric Monthly, 72(4), 60.
1981 Chromium deficiency, accommodative weakness and ocular hypertension--A report on four studies on the role of chromium in vision.  [International] Skeffington Symposium on Vision [Training], 26, 127-142.
1981 The importance of nutrition in eye development and vision function.  In Viktoras Kulvinskas (Compiler) and Richard Tasca, Jr. (Ed.), Life in the 21st Century.  Woodstock Valley, CT:  Omangod Press, 1981, pp. 236-241, 388-389.
1981 Calcium, chromium, protein, sugar and accommodation in myopia.  Documenta Ophthalmologica Proceedings Series. Vol. 28:  Third International Conference on Myopia, Copenhagen, 1980.  H. C. Fledelius, P. H. Alsbirk, and E. Goldschmidt, Eds. The Hague:  Dr. W. Junk Publishers, 141-148.
1981 Elevation of intraocular pressure with daily sustained closework stimulus to accommodation, lowered tissue chromium and dietary deficiency of ascorbic acid (vitamin C).  Documenta Ophthalmologica Proceedings Series. Vol. 28:  Third International Conference on Myopia, Copenhagen, 1980.  H. C. Fledelius, P. H. Alsbirk, and E. Goldschmidt, Eds.  The Hague:  Dr. W. Junk, Publishers, 149-155.
1981 Lead, vanadium, and chromium affect eye focusing.  Energy, Health and the Environment:  Program and Abstracts, American Public Health Association, 109th Annual Meeting, November 1-5, 1981, Los Angeles, CA, §2126, pages 245-246.
1981 Preventive considerations in nutritional evaluations and counseling:  I.  Guidelines for getting started in nutritional evaluations and counseling.  II.  Nutrition and common vision conditions.  In: McQuarrie CW (chmn), AOA Optometric Preventive Health-Care project Team.  Optometric Preventive Health-Care Manual.  St. Louis, MO:  American Optometric Association, October, 1981, pp. 67-70, 99-100.
1982 Milk, sugar and myopia prevention and reversal.  American Association for the Advancement of Science:  Abstracts of Papers of the 148th National Meeting, 3-8 January 1982, Washington, DC, p. 149, No. 259.
1982 Chromium protects against sucrose effects in myopia progression.  Supplement to Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, Vol. 22, No. 3, p. 218.  (Abstract)
1982 Folate, ascorbate, calcium, chromium and vanadium in myopia prevention and reversal.  Metabolic, Pediatric and Systemic Ophthalmology, 6(2):149-150.
1982 Myopia prevention and reversal:  New data confirms the interaction of accommodative stress and deficit-inducing nutrition.  Journal of the International Academy of Preventive Medicine, 7(3=Nov), 17-30.
1982 Ascorbate, calcium, chromium/vanadium ratio, and folate as nutriture factors in myopia development.  American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics, 59(10):22P.  (Abstract)
1982 Healthy Foods--Healthy Eyes.  Chevy Chase, MD:  National 4-H Council (Vision Education Program, Publication LI 713). Co-authored with Charles Freeman and Evelyn Johnson.
1983 Fish Mercury as a Risk Factor in Cataract and Glutathione Peroxidase; Common Foods that Depress the Chromium/Vanadium Ratio, and Why they are of Concern in VT and to Developmental Optometrists.  Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision, Washington, D.C., 28:54-58.  (Abstracts)
1983 Cataractogenesis Associated with Low-Level Fish Mercury and Depleted Anti-Oxidant Enzymes.  American Association for the Advancement of ScienceAbstracts of Papers of the 149th National Meeting, 26-31 May 1983, Detroit, Michigan, p. 141, No. 415.
1983 Chromium Versus Sucrose and Vanadium in Myopia Progression.  Western Hemisphere Nutrition Congress VII Program and Abstracts, pages 9 and 85.  Published by American Medical Association--Food and Nutrition Program, Chicago, IL.
1983

Fish Methylmercury as a Major Risk Factor in Cataractogenesis. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics, 60(10):78P.  (Abstract)

1983

Food Intake Associated with Depressed Cr/V Ratio, Accommodative weakness, Ocular Hypertension and Myopia Progression.  American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics, 60(10):82P.  (Abstract)

1984

Optometric Nutrition Research in a Developmental Practice.  In The Winner’s Circle:  Nutritional Counseling in Optometric Practice, IL Shapiro (ed.). Santa Ana, CA:  Optometric Extension Program, 40-9 [Apr].

1984 Nutritionally responsive depression in metabolic export of potassium and sodium to tears and hair in dry-eye (keratitis sicca, sjögren’s syndrome) and contact-lens coating syndrome. Federation Proceedings, 43(4):1052.  (Abstract No. 4489)
1984 Nutritional considerations in attention-deficit disorder.  ACLD International Conference--1984--New Orleans, W-23, page 20.  Published by Assn for Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities, Pittsburgh, PA.  (Short Abstract)
1984 Contact-lens coating syndrome and dry eyes:  Strong metabolic and nutriture risk factors.  American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics, 61(10):  P. (Abstract)
1984 Low-level fish methylmercury as a risk factor in human cataractogenesis.  Supplement to Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, Vol. 25, No. 3, p. 134.  (Abstract)
1985 Nutrition and vision, in Bland, J (Ed.), 1984-85 Yearbook of Nutritional Medicine.  New Canaan, CT:  Keats Publishing, Inc., pages 239-281.
1985 Vitreous floaters, vitreous disease and nutriture risk factors.  Second NEI Symposium on Eye Disease Epidemiology. Bethesda, MD:  Biometry and Epidemiology Program, National Eye Institute, National Institutes of Health, Public Health Service, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, p. A-19, #38.  (Abstract)
1985 Excessive supplemental ascorbic acid, depressed calcium/phosphorus intake ratio and depressed erythrocyte superoxide dismutase as risk factors for vitreous floaters and syneresis.  In Govt’s Responsibility & the People’s Health, Program and Abstracts, American Publish Health Association, 113th Annual Meeting, Nov. 17-21, 1985, Washington, DC, Session 4033, p. 258 (Co-sponsored by Vision-Care & Food-&-Nutrition Sections).
1985 Excessive supplemental ascorbic acid, depressed calcium/phosphorus intake ratio and depressed diet-responsive erythrocyte superoxide dismutase as risk factors for vitreous floaters and vitreous liquefaction.  American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics, 62(10): P. 32P.  (Abstract No. 47)
1986 Depressed tear potassium and elevated intakes of fats and alcohol as risk factors for lipid deposits on soft contact lenses. Supplement to Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, Vol. 27, No. 3, p. 138.  (Abstract, co-authored with Dean E. Hart)
1986 Vitreous floaters and syneresis associated with excessive supplemental ascorbic acid, depressed calcium/phosphorus intake ratio, and depressed die-responsive erythrocyte superoxide dismutase.  Metabolic, Pediatric and Systemic Ophthalmology, 9(1):37.  (Synopsis)
1986 Tear potassium and intakes of dietary fats, alcohol, and protein as risk factors in lipid-deposit spoilage of contact lenses.  Metabolic, Pediatric and Systemic Ophthalmology, 9(1):38.  (Synopsis, co-authored with Dean E. Hart)
1986 Excessive protein, dietary fats, alcohol, medications, and depressed tear potassium as risk factors in lipid-deposit spoilage of soft contact lenses.  Local Health ServicesCrisis on the Front LineAmerican Public Health Association 114th Annual Meeting, September 28--October 2, 1986, Las Vegas, NV. Program and Abstracts.  Abstract #3133, p. 196-Abstracts.  (Co-authored with Dean E. Hart.)
1986 Hydrogel contact lens spoilage by lipid deposits:  Diminished tear-film potassium, dietary and medication risk factors.  American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics, 63(10):124-5P. (Abstract, co-authored with Joshua Josephson and Dean E. Hart)
1987 Excessive ascorbic acid, depressed erythrocyte superoxide dismutase, depressed calcium/phosphorus intake ratio, & myopia as risk factors for vitreous floaters & syneresis. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 1987; 28(3,Suppl): 393. (Clinical Research [Retina] Section Abstract #59)
1987 Spoilage of hydrogel contact lenses by lipid deposits: Tear-film potassium depression, fat, protein, and alcohol consumption. Ophthalmology, 94(10):1315-1321, with Dean E. Hart, Joshua E. Josephson, RR Tisdale, M Gzik, R Dennis.
1988 Dietary and diet-responsive risk factors for non-fibrillar vitreous floaters and syneresis and for aggregation of collagenous fibrillar vitreous floaters. 33rd Annual Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision, Washington, D.C. 33:70-76.  (Synopsis with 6 graphs)
1988 Dietary and medication risk factors for lipid-deposit spoilage of hydrogel extended-wear contact lenses and depression of tear-film potassium concentration. 33rd Annual Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision, Washington, D.C.  33:77, with Dean E. Hart.  (Synopsis)
1988 Red-blood-cell chromium-to-vanadium ratio depression in myopes and elevation in hyperopes. 33rd Annual Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision, Washington, D.C. 33:78-80.  (Synopsis with Table)
1988 1988 Update on Nutrition and Common Vision Problems, Ages 5-85. 33rd Annual Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision, Washington, D.C. 33:81-82.  (Outline)
1988 Erythrocyte chromium-to-vanadium ratio depression in high myopia and elevation in high hyperopia. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics, 65(10):147P.  (Abstract)
1988 Dietary and diet-responsive risk factors for non-fibrillar vitreous floaters and syneresis and for aggregation of collagenous fibrillar vitreous floaters. 33rd Annual Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision, Washington, D.C. 33:70-76.  (Synopsis with 6 graphs)
1988 Dietary and medication risk factors for lipid-deposit spoilage of hydrogel extended-wear contact lenses and depression of tear-film potassium concentration. 33rd Annual Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision, Washington, D.C.  33:77, with Dean E. Hart.  (Synopsis)
1988 Red-blood-cell chromium-to-vanadium ratio depression in myopes and elevation in hyperopes. 33rd Annual Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision, Washington, D.C. 33:78-80.  (Synopsis with Table)
1988 Red-blood-cell chromium-to-vanadium ratio depression in myopes and elevation in hyperopes. 33rd Annual Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision, Washington, D.C. 33:78-80.  (Synopsis with Table)
1988 1988 Update on Nutrition and Common Vision Problems, Ages 5-85. 33rd Annual Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision, Washington, D.C. 33:81-82.  (Outline)
1988 Erythrocyte chromium-to-vanadium ratio depression in high myopia and elevation in high hyperopia. American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics, 65(10):147P.  (Abstract)
1990 Dietary risk factors for fibrillar and non-fibrillar vitreous degeneration in myopia. In Myopia: Pathogenesis, Prophylaxis of Progression and Complications: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Myopia, Moscow,  December 6–8, 1988,   ES Avetísov and EN Iomdina, Eds. Moscow: Ministry of Health of the USSR, All-Union Scientific Society of Ophthalmologists, and Moscow Helmholtz Research Institute of Eye Diseases,  pages 30–36.
1990 A diet-responsive blood-indexed risk factor for high myopia. In OSA Annual Meeting Technical Digest 1990, Vol 15 of the OSA Technical Digest Series. Washington, DC: Optical Society of America,  p 92.
1990 Dietary and environmental risk factors for maculopathy. Optometry and Vision Science; 67(10, Supplement): 52.
1991 Ascorbic acid, copper, zinc, superoxide dismutase, protein, transaminases, lipid peroxides, & sunlight exposure as risk factors for age-related macular degenerations. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci; 32(4=Mar 15):1050, abstract #1876.
1991 Diet and the glaucomas.  J Am Coll Nutr;10(5=Oct): 536, abstract #11.
1991 Dietary and environmental risk factors for AMD. 1991 Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision Transcripts: 36th Annual Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision, Washington, D..C., January 19-21, 1991 Vol 36: p 209.
1991 Evidence for a dietary/environmental etiological classification of several macular degenerations. J Am Coll Nutr, 10(5=Oct): 550, abstract #53.
1992 Interaction of diet, environment, & activities on the Glaucomas: Croisant Transcripts:  37th Annual Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision, Washington, D..C., January 18-20, 1992.  Vol 37: pp 89-91. (Synopsis)
1992 Fish methylmercury and human cataractogenesis. American Public Health Association—Uniting for Healthy Communities—Abstracts of the 120th Annual Meeting and Exhibition, November 8-12, 1992, Washington, DCp. 6.
1992 Interaction of diet & environment on primary open-angle glaucoma. American Public Health Association—Uniting for Healthy Communities—Abstracts of the 120th Annual Meeting and Exhibition, November 8-12, 1992, Washington, DC:  p. 105.
1992 Fish methylmercury and human cataractogenesis. J Am Coll Nutr;11(5=Oct): 637, abstract #133.
1992 Fish methylmercury and human cataractogenesis. Optom Vis Sci; 69(12=Dec, Supp): 77, abstract.
1994 Fish methylmercury, antioxidants, and human cataractogenesis: Subcapsular, non-spoke cortical, and increasing nuclear cataractogenesis may be associated with fish-methylmercury dietary intake.  Croisant Transcripts:  39th Annual Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision, Rosslyn, VA——January 15-17, 1994:  Vol 39: pp 121-128. (Synopsis)
1994 Food folate vs supplemental in myopia development & tearfilm integrity. Optom Vis Sci,71(12=Dec, Supp): 161, abstract.
1995 Food folate vs supplemental folate in myopia development & tearfilm integrity. Croisant Transcripts:  40th Annual Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision, Rosslyn, VA——January 21-22, 1994:  Vol 40 pp 161-166. (Synopsis)
1995 Subcapsular, non-spoke cortical, and increasing nuclear cataractogenesis may be associated with fish methylmercury dietary intake. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science; 36(4=March 15): S804, abstract #3726, with KB Lane and CG Lane.
1995 How Can We Best Enhance the Power of Nutritional and Environmental Epidemiology to Influence Diagnosis and Therapy in the Common Eye/Vision Disorders?"   Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science; 36(4=March 15): Cited on page xvi listing of program of Nutritional Epidemiology Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Special Interest Group (NERVO at ARVO) meeting  Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science; 36(4=March 15):**** and ARVO  Meeting Update.
1995 What patients eat may affect what they see: How dietary imbalances may contribute to vitreous floaters and ARMD.  Rev Optom; 132 (7=July):63-6.
1995 Retina/Vitreous: Nutrition advice essential to primary eye care.  Primary Care Optometry News; (Sept pilot issue, interview by Scott Warnock): 39.
1995 Dietary intervention enhances resistance to myopic degenerations.  J Am Col Nutr; 14(5=Oct): 545, abstract.
1995 How and when should an optometrist conduct a dietary assessment?  C Croisant, ed., Transcripts:  41st Annual Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision, Rosslyn, VA——January 20-22, 1996:  Vol 41: pp 131-143.
1996

Diet-responsive biochemical markers for ocular hypertension in primary open-angle glaucoma.  Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci; 37(3=Feb 15): S815, abstract.

1996

An overview of the nutritional epidemiology data for lipids and antioxidants in the macular degenerations.  Cited in the centerfold of Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 1996, volume 16: (3 =Feb 15, 1996)

1996 Ocular evidence that the physiological effectiveness of ascorbic acid ingestion > 500 mg / day is proportional to the logarithm of the amount of intake. J Am Col Nutr; 15(5=Oct): 536, abstract.
1996 How and when should an optometrist conduct a dietary assessment? Ellerbrock Memorial Continuing Education Program Book, American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, Walt Disney World Dolphin Resort, December 5-7, 1996:  Rockville, MD: American Academy of Optometry: 425.
1997 An Overview of Nutritional Epidemiology Data for Dietary Effects on Intraocular Pressure. Cited in the centerfold of Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Science 1997; volume 38 (3=Feb 15) Centerfold inset pages I-3 and I-14.
1997 Dietary prevention of blinding diabetic retinopathy and diabetic cataract. J Am Coll Nutr 1997; volume 16 (5=Sep-Oct):          abstract.
1997 Dietary prevention of blinding diabetic retinopathy and other eye pathology.  ABSTRACTS——1997 APHA Annual Meeting and Exposition——Indianapolis, INAbstract in Session #3201, page 377.
1998 An overview of nutritional epidemiology data for dietary effects on myopia compared to accommodative-stimulus effects expressed in diopter hours.   Cited on page I-7 centerfold inset listing of program of Nutritional Epidemiology Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Special Interest Group (NERVO at ARVO) meeting.  Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science; 39(4=March 15): and Meeting Update.
1998 Fish methylmercury as a risk factor for human subcapsular and nuclear cataractogenesis. XXVIIIth International Congress of Ophthalmology, June 21-26, 1998, Amsterdam, The Netherlands:  Abstract Book, Metabolic Cataract Session Th-CD 1.04, page 89.  Co-authored with Sudhir Kumar Gupta, MD, and Karan Raj Aggarwala, PhD
1998 Ascorbic acid supplementation prevents uptake of supplemental chromium when taken conjointly.  American Public Health Association 126th Annual Meeting and Exposition: Public Health and Managed Care, November 15-18, 1998, Washington, DC, Food and Nutrition Session #3111, page 360.  Co-authored with Karan Raj Aggarwala, PhD (Abstract).
1998 Vitamin C——How much is too much?  American Public Health Association 126th Annual Meeting and Exposition: Public Health and Managed Care, November 15-18, 1998, Washington, DC, Vision Care session #3155, page 386  (Abstract).
1999 Dietary risk factors associated with exudative maculopathy progression. Vision ‘99 Abstract Book, page 237. Co-authored with Karan Raj Aggarwala, PhD (Abstract).
1999 Dietary risk factors associated with exudative maculopathy progression. Vision ‘99 Proceedings Book, Co-authored with Karan Raj Aggarwala, PhD. [In Press] (Abstract).
1999 Elevation of diet-responsive rbc transaminases and excessive intake of denatured protein as risk factors for exudative maculopathy progression.  Journal of the American College of Nutrition.; 18(5=October): p. 548. (Abstract #102, with Karan Aggarwala, PhD).
2000 Better vision through nutrition.: Animal protein . . . Bad for the eyes? NewLife. (July-August, #75)10-14.
2000 High myopes are biochemically different from high hyperopes. Myopia 2000: Proceedings of the VIII International Conference on Myopia, page 232. Co-authored with Karan Raj Aggarwala, PhD (Abstract).
2000 Diopter hours of accommodative stimulus, ciliary muscle fuel accession, scleral distension risk factors, and myopiagenesis.  Myopia 2000: Proceedings of the VIII International Conference on Myopia, page 283. Co-authored with Karan Raj Aggarwala, PhD (Abstract).
2000 Diet-responsive eye-focusing fatigue syndrome——implications for function and structure. 15th International Conference on Human Functioning. Wichita, KS: Bio-Medical Synergistics Education Institute and University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita (Supplement volume to the Syllabus
2000 Marine fish methylmercury as a risk factor for human subcapsular and nuclear cataractogenesis XII Afro-Asian Congress of Ophthalmology, Novemember 11-15, 2000, Guangzhou, China   p. E-66 &E-65-69.
2001 The functional photophobia syndrome and binocular fusion in neuro-rehabilitation —— Reversal of stages of deterioration in functional photophobia in neuro-rehabilitation. 10th Annual Multi-Disciplinary Conference, New York, NY.  Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association, International, Inc.
2001 Vitamin C megadosing promotes vitreous degeneration and macular pucker.  Final Program & Abstract Book.  XIII. Congress of the European Society of Ophthalmology, 3-7 June 2001, Istanbul-Turkey, p 21.
2002 XXIXth World Congress of Ophthalmologists, 21-25 April 2002 Metabolic Nutritional Aspects of Ophthalmology——Part 1, Dr. Lane’s lecture, Course #74, Monday, April 22, 1:30 PM-3:00 PM, XXIXth International Congress of Ophthalmology, Sydney Convention Centre, Sponsor: ISMED.  Subtopics: (a) Fish methylmercury ingestion increases the risk for human subcapsular and nuclear cataractogenesis.  (b) Metabolic risk factors for age-related macular degeneration.
2002 Metabolic Nutritional Aspects of Ophthalmology——Part 2, Dr. Lane’s lecture, Course #75, Monday, April 22, 3:30 PM-5:00 PM, XXIXth International Congress of Ophthalmology, Sydney Convention Centre, Sponsor: ISMED.
2003 Nutritional supplements in eye care. Report #1: How nutrition can prevent and treat AMD. Optometric Management.; 38 (2=Feb):42-46.  (See also, supportive editorial by Exec Editor Jim Thomas, p 4.
2003 Biochemical, dietary, & environmental risk factors for exudative vs atrophic age-related macular degeneration. Optometry and Vision Science; 80 (12s=Dec supp), page 7. Abstract for the Retinal, Systemic and Optic Nerve, Hemodynamics session of the annual meeting of the American Academy of Optometry, Dec 4, 2003.
2004 Exudative macular degeneration related to a diet-induced error in remodelling of Bruch’s membrane. J Am Col Nutr; 23(5=Oct): 469, Abstract #67, October 2,2004, Symposium on Advances in Clinical Nutrition, 45th Annual Meeting, American College of Nutrition, Long Beach, CA.

2004

Bruch’s membrane remodeling error in exudative AMD.  Optometry and Vision Science; 81 (12s=Dec supp), page 12. Abstract for the Retinal Hemodynamics session of the annual meeting of the American Academy of Optometry, Dec 4, 2004.  Co-authored with Sudhir Kumar Gupta, MD. (Abstract).

2005

Modifiable behavioral and environmental risk factors distinguish exudative maculopathy from arophic macular degeneration, 50th Annual Kraskin Invitational Skeffington Symposium, Arlington, VA, January 18, 2004, p.129.

2005 Common ocular consequences of various behaviors in the sun, 50th Annual Kraskin Invitational Skeffington Symposium, Arlington, VA, January 16, 2005, pp.130-131.
2005 The Nutritional Optometry Lecture: Overview of what molecular and nutritional epidemiology tell us about the difference between atrophic and exudative macular degeneration mechanisms. Chennai, India: Celebrating 20 Elite Years of Optometric Education——ESO International Vision Science And Optometry Conference: Abstracts, August 13-15, 2005.  pp 44-45.
2006 Convergence Insufficiency reversal. A natural history of the role of Habitual Relative Add (HRA) in Convergence Insufficiency.  Kraskin Invitational Skeffington Symposium, Arlington, VA, January 15, 2006, pp. 75-77.
2006 Pyridoxine deficiency as a risk factor for soft drusen and exudative age-related macular degeneration, Assn for Research in Vision & Ophthalmology Summer Eye Research Conference, July 9-12, 2006: Toward the Prevention of Age-Related Macular Degeneration,    P. 27.
2006 A best time to take vitamins C & B6?  Journal of the American College of Nutrition; 25(5=Oct): 463, Abstract #86, October 5-8, 2006, Nutrition in Preventive Medicine and Chronic Disease Management, 47th Annual Meeting, American College of Nutrition, Reno, Nevada

2006

ODs recommend omega-3, omega-6 supplements for managing dry eye: What . . . [they] discuss with patients: A: An increase in fresh, ripe, raw fruits, vegetable salads. Primary Care Optometry News 2006; 11 (11=Nov): 27-28.
2007 Distribution of Interpupillary Distance by ancestral gepographical latitude. 52nd Annual Kraskin Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision, Arlington, VA, January 21, 2007, pp 87-88.
2007 Publish or perish! A dozen optometric epidemiology themes that need to survive––An overview of 29 papers. 52nd Annual Kraskin Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision, Arlington, VA, January 21, 2007, pp 89-95.
2007 Counsel your patients with diabetes on lifestyle, dietary issues  Article by Bob Kronemyer with extensive quotes from Dr. Lane.  Primary Care Optometry News 2007; 12 (4=Apr): 18-19.
2007 What is ‘dry eyes’ syndrome?  Co-author with Karan Raj Aggarwala, PhD. Consumer Voice 8(10=Oct) {New Delhi, India}, pp 18-20.
2007 Transaminases and dismutases as nutrition-responsive molecular biochemical markers in exudative maculopathy. Academy 2007, Tampa, Florida: Today’s Research, Tomorrows Practice., Thursday, Oct 25. (Program Book citation, Retinal & Systemic Disease, p. 136, #075229, Board 95.)
2008 Defining a syndrome of Functional Photophobia.  Eyes on Innovation, ARVO 2008 Annual Meeting Program Summary, p. 299, #4464 & CD-rom.

 

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