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(Franklin glasses)
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  • Benjamin Franklin and his glass armonica: from music as therapeutic to pathological. [Historical Article]
    Prog Brain Res 2015; 216:93-125Finger S, Zeitler W
  • In 1762, Benjamin Franklin, then in London, wrote a letter to a colleague in Italy describing his latest invention, a musical instrument he called the "armonica," which was based on how rubbing a wet finger on the rims of wine glasses could produce musical tones. In contrast to earlier sets of wine glasses that could be tapped or rubbed, Franklin put a set of glass bowls differing in size on a ho…
  • Unmet eye care needs among U.S. 5th-grade students. [Journal Article]
    Am J Prev Med 2012; 43(1):55-8Zhang X, Elliott MN, … Schuster MA
  • CONCLUSIONS: SES and health insurance status are strongly associated with 5th-grade students' unmet eye care needs. Policies targeting socioeconomically disadvantaged groups and those without insurance may be needed to reduce disparities in access to appropriate eye care.
  • The infant aphakia treatment study: design and clinical measures at enrollment. [Randomized Controlled Trial]
    Arch Ophthalmol 2010; 128(1):21-7Infant Aphakia Treatment Study Group, Lambert SR, … Wilson ME
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study should determine whether either treatment for an infant with a visually significant unilateral congenital cataract results in a better visual outcome.The optimal optical treatment of aphakia in infants is unknown. However, the Infant Aphakia Treatment Study was designed to provide empirical evidence of whether optical treatment with an IOL or a contact lens after unilateral cataract surgery during infancy is associated with a better visual outcome.
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