- A randomized trial of the effect of single-vision vs. bifocal lenses on myopia progression in children with esophoriaG W Fulk
College of Optometry, Northeastern State University, Tahlequah, Oklahoma 74464 7017, USA
Optom Vis Sci 77:395-401. 2000..Bifocals have long been thought to reduce progression of childhood myopia. However, this hypothesis has not been definitively evaluated...
- A randomized clinical trial of bifocal glasses for myopic children with esophoria: results after 54 monthsGeorge W Fulk
College of Optometry, Northeastern State University Tahleqoah, Oklahoma 74464, USA
Optometry 73:470-6. 2002..40 D/yr compared to 0.50 D/yr in 39 children wearing single-vision glasses (p= 0.046, age-adjusted). Here we report on the 46 children in that study who completed 54 months of followup...
- Seasonal variation in myopia progression and ocular elongationGeorge W Fulk
College of Optometry, Northeastern State University, Tahlequah, Oklahoma, USA
Optom Vis Sci 79:46-51. 2002..To evaluate possible seasonal variations in myopia progression and ocular elongation in school children...
- The effect of changing from glasses to soft contact lenses on myopia progression in adolescentsGeorge W Fulk
College of Optometry, Northeastern State University, Tahlequah, OK, USA
Ophthalmic Physiol Opt 23:71-7. 2003..5 prism dioptres in the exo direction compared with spectacle wearers who experienced only a 1.4 prism dioptre divergent shift (p = 0.048)...
- Is esophoria a factor in slowing of myopia by progressive lenses?George W Fulk
Optom Vis Sci 80:198-9; author reply 199. 2003