Ivey Eye Institute: Research: Dr. D.B. Nichols

Reference List

  1. Chaudary V, Heathcote JG, Nichols BD. Acanthamoeba Keratitis Complicating Orthokeratology. Clinical and Surgical Ophthalmology 2008;26(8):286–287.
  2. Nichols BD, Comparison Study in Phaco Machines. Clinical and Surgical Ophthalmology, (1) 21:3, 108, 2003.
  3. AMO array multifocal lens versus monofocal correction in cataract surgery.  Brydon, K. W., Tokarewicz, A. C., and Nichols, B. D.  J.Cataract Refract.Surg. 2000: 26; 96-100.
  4. Cataracts in systemic diseases and syndromes.  Hutnik, C. M. and Nichols, B. D.  Curr.Opin.Ophthalmol. 1999: 10; 22-28.
  5. Cataracts in systemic diseases and syndromes.  Hutnik, C. M. and Nichols, B. D.  Curr.Opin.Ophthalmol. 1998: 9; 14-19.
  6. Prevention of pterygium recurrence: conjunctival grafts vs. mitomycin C.  Nichols, B. D.  Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1995: 30; 115-116.
  7. Cataracts in systemic diseases and syndromes.  Bariciak, M. D. and Nichols, B. D.  Curr.Opin.Ophthalmol. 1995: 6; 3-8.
  8. Diagnosis of congenital syphilis in adults presenting with interstitial keratitis.  Probst, L. E., Wilkinson, J., and Nichols, B. D.  Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1994: 29; 77-80.
  9. Phacoemulsification with aspirated or retained Viscoat.  Probst, L. E., Hakim, O. J., and Nichols, B. D.  J.Cataract Refract.Surg. 1994: 20; 145-149.
  10. Corneal endothelial and intraocular pressure changes after phacoemulsification with Amvisc Plus and Viscoat.  Probst, L. E. and Nichols, B. D.  J.Cataract Refract.Surg. 1993: 19; 725-730.
  11. Effects of Healon vs. Viscoat on endothelial cell count and morphology after phacoemulsification and posterior chamber lens implantation.  Rafuse, P. E. and Nichols, B. D.  Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1992: 27; 125-129.
  12. Corneal endothelial response to polymethylmethacrylate versus hydrogel lenses after phacoemulsification.  Tingey, D. P., Nichols, B. D., Jung, S. E., and Randall, P. E.  Can.J.Ophthalmol. 1991: 26; 3-6.
  13. Epikeratophakia: technique modifications and visual results compared to the national study.  Nichols, B. D., Williams, P. A., Spigelman, A. V., and Lindstrom, R. L.  J.Cataract Refract.Surg. 1989: 15; 312-316.
  14. Visual results following vitreous loss and primary lens implantation.  Spigelman, A. V., Lindstrom, R. L., Nichols, B. D., and Lindquist, T. D.  J.Cataract Refract.Surg. 1989: 15; 201-204.
  15. Neodymium:YAG laser zonulysis for treatment of lens subluxation.  Tchah, H. W., Larson, R. S., Nichols, B. D., and Lindstrom, R. L.  Ophthalmology 1989: 96; 230-234.
  16. Implantation of a posterior chamber lens without capsular support during penetrating keratoplasty or as a secondary lens implant.  Spigelman, A. V., Lindstrom, R. L., Nichols, B. D., Lindquist, T. D., and Lane, S. S.  Ophthalmic Surg. 1988: 19; 396-398.
  17. The surgical management of overcorrection in myopic epikeratophakia.  Nichols, B. D., Lindstrom, R. L., and Spigelman, A. V.  Am.J.Ophthalmol. 1988: 105; 354-356.
  18. Complications of Nadbath facial nerve block and a review of the literature. Lindquist, T. D., Kopietz, L. A., Spigelman, A. V., Nichols, B. D., and Lindstrom, R. L.  Ophthalmic Surg. 1988: 19; 271-273.
  19. Four incision radial keratotomy.  Spigelman, A. V., Williams, P. A., Nichols, B. D., and Lindstrom, R. L.  J.Cataract Refract.Surg. 1988: 14; 125-128.
  20. Pituitary apoplexy presenting with light-near dissociation of the pupils.  Nichols, B. D. and Romanchuk, K. G.  J.Clin.Neuroophthalmol. 1987: 7; 139-144.
  21. A method for accurate centering of the Hessburg-Barron trephine.  Lane, S. S., Spigelman, A. V., Nichols, B. D., Lindstrom, R. L., and Doughman, D. J.  Am.J.Ophthalmol. 1987: 103; 712-713.
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