Book Chapters

Book Chapters by Dr Frank Proudlock, Department of Neuroscience, Psychology & Behaviour, University of Leicester

Proudlock FA (2012) Design and Outcome Measures in Treatment Studies for Nystagmus In “Challenging Nystagmus”. Editors Gottlob I & Harris CM. Clyvedon Press, Cardiff, UK

Proudlock FA and Gottlob I (2011) Nystagmus Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus (4th Edition). Eds Taylor D. and Hoyt CS. Elsevier B.V., Kidlington, UK.

Proudlock FA and Gottlob I (2010) Chapter 47: Nystagmus. In Ocular Disease: Mechanisms and Management. Eds. Levin and Albert (Elsevier Inc, in press)

Proudlock FA, Jorgensen AY and Gottlob I (2008) Perceptual fading during voluntary and involuntary eye movements from Advances in Understanding Mechanisms and Treatment of Infantile Forms of Nystagmus (2008) Eds.RJ Leigh and M W Devereaux (Oxford University Press)

Kumar A, Proudlock FA, Gottlob I (2010) Management of congenital nystagmus with and without strabismus from Progress III, Strabismus, of the Springer Series Essentials of Ophthalmology. Eds.B Lorenz and M Brodsky (Springer, in press)

Proudlock FA (2008) Perceptual fading during voluntary and involuntary eye movement. In “Advances in Understanding Mechanisms and Treatment of Infantile forms of Nystagmus”,Editor R. John Leigh, M.D., Oxford University Press. pp 42-44.

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